Concepts in Sociology 1. self-abnegation self-absorbed self-actualization self-addressed self-adhesive self-aggrrandizement self-appointed aslf-assurance self-assured self-awareness self-centered self-denial self-destruct self-described self-winding self-worth self-titled self-sustaining self-service self-serving self-willed self-taught self-styled self-sacrifice self-rule self-righteous self-restraint self-respect self-reliant self-monitoring self-pity self-regulatory self-proclaimed self-preservation self-possessed self-portrait self-made selfless selfish self-inflicted self-interest self-indulgent self-improvement self-imposed self-important self-image selfhood self-help self-government self-fulfilling prophecy self-expression...The end:
.....Autonomy means everything to me and I do not get dragged into obligation. My identity was more self-formed than others. I believe the self is changeable. Self-reliance is a major character platform for me. Youth, vigor, innovation, and materialism are valuable. I believe in a cosmological existence. Yet, I do believe that wealth can be expected. Our world is quite magical and spiritual, despite the denial by the majority of people. I value the future, but know that time is unpredictable and cyclical. Time is a scarce resource and life at a fast pace is preferrable. References Author, A. A., & Author, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of chapter. In A. Editor & B. Editor (Eds.), Title of book (pages of chapter). Location: Publisher.