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    a boy friend, a new job or any new relationship, but disclosing can also happen with people we have known for a long time or not. Scholars define self-disclosure as sharing information with others that they would not normally know or discover, but I feel like each person has his or her own way of defining what self closure is. To me, self disclosure is letting myself go and trusting the person I am disclosing to, it involves risk and vulnerability on my part sharing important information to someone

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    describe how self-disclosure can be a barrier in the workplace. Every relationship in life is affected by a person's self-awareness and self-disclosure. Self-awareness is the ability to recognize oneself as an individual, seeing yourself for who you truly are. Self-disclosure is being able to let others see who you truly are. At the workplace if people do not have either of these qualities that can become a barrier to co-worker relationships (Lamberton & Minor, 2014). Self-disclosure can only

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     Team 1 works on the “act it” challenge.  Team 2 works on the “value” challenge  Team 3 works on the “bad practice” challenge  Team 4 works on the “root cause” challenge  Team 5 works on the “good practice” challenge o Round 3 Game Play: Self‐disclosing appropriately  Team 1 works on the “good practice” challenge.  Team 2 works on the “act it” challenge  Team 3 works on the “value” challenge  Team 4 works on the “bad practice” challenge  Team 5 works on the “root cause” challenge

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    Self Disclosure

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    SELF - DISCLOSURE Self disclosure basically means or refers to a form of communication whereby one communicates the hidden self to other people or to another person. According to Matthew McKay, Ph.D., Martha Davis, Ph.D., and Patrick Fanning, Self-disclosure is composed of four elements: Open Self, Blind Self, Hidden Self and Unknown Self Self disclosure can be seen as a strategy of taking the hidden self to the open self or sharing information about you with others which they never knew about

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    Experiments: Self-Disclosure and the Presenting-Self and the Perceived-Self Building upon a classroom experiment, I chose a self-disclosure test tor couples and two examinations of the presenting and the perceived-self. This required some modification to the initial exercise in the case of self-disclosure for couples; I utilized my own relationship for that experiment. The subjects are both Caucasian, in a long term relationship, aged 45 and 48 respectively. Experiment (A) Self-Disclosure Findings

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    The authors of this article were interested in studying whether people with low self-esteem thought Facebook was safe and appealing for self disclosure, and if any of their Facebook posts would enable them to gather social rewards. The authors made three studies to help them find the answer to their questions. Their hypothesis was that posting on Facebook would only reduce self-disclosure, as a result of making low self-esteem people feel more free about expressing their feelings. This hypothesis was

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    Self-disclosure in Relationships and its Parts And How to Improve Disclosure Jeanpaul karout University of Nevada Las Vegas Self-disclosure in Relationships and its Parts And How to Improve Disclosure Every romantic relationship starts when two strangers meet and learn more about each other until they become a couple that is interdependent on one another. For this to occur, all relationships have to go through ongoing process of self-disclosure. Self-disclosure has large influence

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    Client Self-Disclosure

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    Yalom (2005) likens the concept of self-disclosure to optimal psychological and social adjustment in a curvilinear fashion. Implied here is the theory that clients will self-disclose when they are in a group that fosters a safe and socially supportive environment. However, self-disclosure does not follow a direct, or linear pattern. A curvilinear representation of this idea illustrates that either too much or too little client self-disclosure can be detrimental in a group counseling setting. Clients

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    Ethics and Self-Disclosure Michelle Creed National University This paper is being submitted to Steven Mendoza, Ph.D., MSCP in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Law and Ethics, PSY627, on January 24, 2015. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Michelle Creed, College of Letters and Sciences, National University San Bernardino Campus, 804 East Brier Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92408. Email: mcreed3701@gmail.com Abstract This paper begins with a general idea

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    Self-Disclosure 1 Self-Disclosure in Relationships We as individuals’ decide what, when and to whom, and how much to disclose personal thoughts and feelings. Although level of self-disclosure and personal relationships are not synonymous concepts, self-disclosure plays an important role in constructing what kind of relationships individuals have with each another.1 Self-disclosure, depending on reactions of relationship partners, also plays an important role in validating self-worth and personal

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