Self-concept Is the Capability of Being Able to See Ourselves "from the Outside"
Self-concept is the capability of being able to see ourselves "from the outside"; the picture we gain of how other see us. This picture affects the way in which we take care of ourselves physically, emotionally, and in the way we treat others. People who have a low self-concept may feel that they are not worth others attention or care. The development of self-concept does not always depend on accurate evaluations. Even if we grossly misinterpret our self-image those misjudgments become part of our everyday lives.
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