self-responsibility

self-responsibility

a concept of holistic health by which individuals assume responsibility for their own health.
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Each beneficiary and accession member is responsible for self-responsibility, Orders and pays independently.
These are aimed at developing self-responsibility in community initiatives and leadership building.
The analysis drew particularly on Foucault's concepts of governmentality and the use of self-responsibility as a strategy of governing in advanced liberal democracies like Aotearoa New Zealand (Rose, O'Malley, & Valverde, 2006).
By the end of the book, one cannot help but have a greater appreciation for the significance of the work and thought devoted to positive thinking, even though Horowitz points out that "the positive-thinking philosophy is taken seriously almost nowhere in mainstream culture today" because of its dedication to "extremist self-responsibility.
He expressed his admiration and esteem for this young woman as she represents an example to follow in terms of commitment and sense of self-responsibility.
IN 2016 let's have more common sense and self-responsibility.
All proceeds from the book will go to the nonprofit Walker/Hupp Fund, an affiliate of Upper Reaches that helps young men and women attend Headwaters Outdoor School, which teaches them to connect deeply with nature as a means to instill a sense of honor, self-responsibility, integrity and service to their communities.
He also underscored the importance of self-censorship and self-responsibility in food safety issue.
Character development, selfinitiative, self-responsibility and self-confidence are the best fuel.
Oftentimes, the term "guilty pleasure" refers to expensive means or avenues -- whether these be material objects, past times, or activities -- and rightfully so because the definition of guilt does connote a sense of self-responsibility for a sort of wrongdoing or misbehavior.
Individualism, defined as an Enlightenment doctrine about how we acquire knowledge, was meant to "liberate us from authority" via "radical self-responsibility.