conduct and self determination

Learning how to reform your conduct, which makes up your behaviors and habits, can help you successfully maintain self-determination. When you reform your ways, you will find the strength to advance into the future to find your success. Don’t waste precious time patronizing or allowing others to patronize you, rather find the positive, and use it to your advantage. You cannot change anyone but yourself. Many people make this major mistake in relationships. They often focus on changing their mate rather than changing their ways. The main focus is holding on to conduct your self-determination, reforming your habits, learning to trust, and self-respect to grow strong. 

Some beneficial conduct you may want to develop is a chaste. Chaste is a pure individual, innocent of lies, or other behaviors that create negative emotional charges. Thus, honesty is a policy you want to conform, relate, and stand up to make your skills stronger. Trustworthy is another good quality. When you demonstrate trustworthiness to others, they will honor you and feel good about discussing issues they may have with you. You will find that people are more willing to follow your lead when you are trustworthy. 

Developing conduct and self-determination

Virtuous and honest person is someone with righteous qualities, yet not someone that uses biblical commands to their advantage. When you have virtue, you show upright conduct, moral traits, etc that makes others want to fall in your lap and ask you how you do it? By developing these qualities, you will inspire others to join you. As people, we are by nature gregarious.

By this, I mean we as humans will find it difficult when we isolate ourselves from others, especially if we are close with others. As humans, we need to love and feel loved. We have a need to express and show and seek companionship, yet our social skills are something we need to review to make sure others will welcome us. Again, you want to build chaste, virtues and other useful qualities that will guarantee you success. Therefore, you can develop self-determination if you are willing to work in harmony with the self. When you have synchronization, you can make anything happen. 

Moreover, when you focus on the here and now you boost your ability to use your commonsense. Practically, human development is a long process, so hang tight, and hold on to self-determination. You may use commonsense to compare what your child will need to make you happy. For instance, compare a child to you so that you see the balance and medium of taking care of you, i.e. the equilibrium. Would you like to lie around in wet clothes? Logically, you would not. This is an example, since surely no loving parent is going to permit their child insufficient care by letting them rest in a wet diaper. Therefore, use commonsense when you are taking care of yourself. 

You may not realize it but if you are adjusting, you are dealing with some negative emotions buried in your subconscious mind. These fears develop and hide frustration, uncertainty and the fear of failure. By ignoring these emotions, you only set yourself up for failure. Turn this around by removing any doubts you may have. If you have doubts of your ability, reach inside of you for an assessment to determine the source of the doubt . Spending time with you will help you to grow stronger and hold onto your self-determination. You can also ask someone you trust to help you reach inside to find answers. The person can give you some support.  


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