Most people have mixed feelings about feeling and expressing anger. Various influences suggest everything from practising extreme self-control, holding it all in (end result: stoicism) to showing no boundaries about sharing anger at all(end result: anarchy).
Let’s dig a little bit deeper into this topic, how this is influential for an individual. Let’s go back to the moment when the individual is bullied. The question is what motivates somebody to bully.
In the previous article ‘The Psychological Elements of Bullying’ I wrote about motives that can lead to bullying. Now we need to explore more behavioural patterns that are explained as the drama triangle of which the author is Dr Stephen Karpman.
In the previous article “The Circumstances of a Bullying individual” I stated that there are ways how the teacher can prevent bullying. Now let’s take a glimpse at the scenario from a child’s perspective.
Lack of self-esteem is a subject of therapy quite often. At a glance, there are a variety of reasons for lacking self-esteem. To be able to go further we have to know the definition. In short, self-esteem is a sense of personal worth and ability that is fundamental to an individual’s identity.
In a therapeutic process, it is important to understand the meaning of the used words. This fact is nothing new, though when the therapeutic process is conducted in a second language, there is a limitation.