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s.p.i.e.s. PHYSICAL. SPIES: Social and Physical Self-Image and Self Esteem. Our self image is our perception of who we are , what we can do and how we are made . Building a healthy self-image requires time, energy and patience.

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PHYSICAL

spies social and physical self image and self esteem
SPIES: Social and PhysicalSelf-Image and Self Esteem
  • Our self image is our perception of who we are, what we can do and how we are made. Building a healthy self-image requires time, energy and patience.
  • The foundation of a healthy self-image is unconditional love. Unconditional love does not need to be earned. It is given freely and completely.
  • Ideally, unconditional love is offered first by our parents and then by other significant people in our lives.
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We will also receive negative messages from others at certain times in our development. These messages may have a damaging effect upon the development of our self image, but this negative effect can be offset by love, acceptance and respect.

  • As we mature, we develop the capacity to choose which messages from others we wish to use to build our self-image and which messages we wish to reject as untrue or unimportant.
the morning show styled with love interview on teenage boys body image
The Morning Show - Styled With Love Interview on Teenage Boys Body Image
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-naFDzUJTA
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As we mature, we develop the capacity to choose which messages from others we wish to use to build our self-image and which messages we wish to reject as untrue or unimportant.

  • Our actions both express and shape our personality.
  • We are called to respect the rights and dignity of others and to show endless compassion.
  • Respecting others and treating others with compassion is often difficult when others are irritating, rude or cruel. We must call upon our self-discipline in order to choose to act as Jesus did.
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Define self-image.

  • What is the foundation of self-image?
  • How is unconditional different from other types of love? Who usually offers it?
  • What happens if a person does not receive unconditional love?
  • How can we help a person who has not received unconditional love?
  • How does self-discipline connect to the concept of compassion?
incarnation
Incarnation
  • Read page 22 in BWM

Define Incarnation

  • Read A Body Fit for God on pages 22-24
  • Read The Fifth Commandment on page 24
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Journal #6: A Body Fit for God
  • Some ways we show lack of respect for our human bodies are . . .
  • “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is an important message because . . .
  • I am made in the image of God. This helps me to remember to treat myself with dignity. This means . . .
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Activity:

  • By yourself or with a partner, create a

time-line, diagram, collageor comic strip that shows how a positive self-image is developed.

  • Be sure to include the main points from this note through pictures and words.
  • Be prepared to present your work to the class.