self-fulfillment


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self-fulfillment

(sĕlf′fo͝ol-fĭl′mənt)
n.
Fulfillment of oneself.
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Like Schulz and Marwick, Cohen reveals how those in the labor market contend with competing imperatives of opportunity seeking, risk management, and self-fulfillment.
In relation to the former, it was Ryff (1989) who first proposed that psychological well-being is associated not only with short-term affective states, but also with higher levels of psychological development, such as, for example, the sense of personal direction and self-fulfillment (Cuesta, 2004).
The self-fulfillment account of welfare has never, to our knowledge, been tested with regard to the virtue of generality, which is one of the four cardinal virtues for theories of welfare that L.
The LOV is comprised of nine personal values: sense of belonging, excitement, warm relationship with others, self-fulfillment, being well-respected, fun and enjoyment of life, security, self-respect, and a sense of accomplishment.
Thus, supporting self-fulfillment so people can make their own happiness.
Throughout the episodes there are many tales of woe and triumph among the group but members are appearing increasingly proud, bonded and on a path to self-fulfillment.
of New York-Buffalo) argues that the rise of psychiatric prescription drugs since the end of World War II signified broader developments in American society, among them the commercialization of medicine and science, the embrace of psychology and self-fulfillment as a political language, intensified campaigns to police social groups through drug regulation, and social movements organized in part around new concepts of identity.
5) Notice their expressions of motivational need for self-fulfillment.
The sooner we get over the illusion that more stuff means peace, happiness and self-fulfillment, the better off we will be.
Equally high numbers cited a feeling of pride (80 percent), a sense of accomplishment (79 percent), and self-fulfillment (70 percent) as reasons for wielding hammers, brushes and shears.
Calling for Christians to replace self-care, self-fulfillment, and self-satisfaction with sacrifice, self-denial and faithfulness, "Tempted to Leave The Cross: Renewing the Call to Discipleship" is highly recommended to anyone with a crisis of faith, and to any community libraries catering to Christian readership.
The Ruwad programme gives ambitious young Bahrainis a good opportunity to improve their career and move up the ladder of performance, promotion and self-fulfillment, especially when considering that Al Baraka Islamic Bank possesses a long experience in Islamic banking," said bank general manager Mohamed Isa Al Mutaweh.