Choices for Teenagers in Building Self-Esteem: A Facilitator's Handbook
Master of Arts (MA)
Committee or Advisor Chair
Frank R. Blume
Glenn E. Whitlock
self-esteem, teenagers, choices, transpersonal psychology, psychological health, human behavior
Behavioral Disciplines and Activities | Developmental Psychology | Family, Life Course, and Society | Health Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Transpersonal Psychology
We are held in the shroud of the cocoon. With the effort of acquiring sound self-esteem we break free and take flight to the destiny that is our birthright. We are held prisoners of false concepts and conditioning inherited from our society, its institutions and mores. When we begin to sense our true self and out intrinsic worth and value as individuals, then do we loosen the bonds that have so long imprisoned our potential.
Rowden, Margie Jarmin, "Choices for Teenagers in Building Self-Esteem: A Facilitator's Handbook" (1981). Johnston Master Theses (20th Century). 64.