self-acceptance


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self-acceptance

Etymology: AS, self + L, accipere, to take
the recognition and acceptance of one's own qualities and limitations.

self-acceptance

Being realistic about oneself and at the same time comfortable with that personal assessment.
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The control group, which was led by a female therapist, showed positive gains in self-acceptance as measured by scores on the SAS.
The road to contentment may be the way of self-acceptance, humility, and esteem for, or, at the very least, acceptance of others.
Williams and Lair (1991) indicate that counselor acceptance of children with disabilities leads these special children toward self-acceptance.
An extended contrast with The Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man establishes and explores the presence of racial self-acceptance in Their Eyes.
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The ending is somewhat disappointing as it promote romance as resolution to reconcile the two halves of Molly Pierce, but it also ends with self-acceptance and agency, which is hopeful.
These exciting findings underline the role self-acceptance and disclosure has on the positive health and wellbeing of LGBs.
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discusses the culture of body self-acceptance in African American women and examines how that self-acceptance and positive body image has affected the fashion, fitness, and advertising industries.
Nina's conflicted feelings about her birthmark and her journey toward self-acceptance are the heart of the story.