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Why do we need there to be congruence between our self-concept and our ideal self???
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Why do we need there to be congruence between our self-concept and our ideal self???
When there is a similarity between a person's ideal self and how they perceive themselves to be in real life, we say there is a state of congruence. This state of congruence gives us feelings of high self-worth. Therefore, if there is a state of incongruence (person's ideal self and how they perceive themselves to be in real life are different) a person's feelings of self-worth are diminished.
Complete congruence is very rare though!
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This is a very important question. Finding answers to questions like these helps to reveal the deeper details of our personality. There are questions that are difficult to answer on your own. Through the reviews of the online counseling services reviews I have found a specialist who is helping me walk this path and deal with the crisis in my life. It is always easier if there is professional help.
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