Humanistic Perspective

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I believe there is more than one theoretical perspective that best explains human behavior and psychological disorder it mostly depends on the person and their train of thought. The perspectives I will write about is Humanistic theory and Psycho-dynamic theory. The first perspective is Humanistic psychology it highlights the study of a person as whole. This consists of the person’s thoughts, feelings and reactions. A humanistic psychologist looks at human behavior, not only through the eyes of the observer, but through the eyes of the person behaving. Humanistic psychologists believe that an individual's behavior is connected to their inner feelings and self-image. It also suggests that we are each responsible for our own happiness and well-being.…show more content…
Sigmund Fred invented the base of this theory stating “Our childhood can have significant impact on our behavior as adults. He also believes that people have little freewill to make choices in life. It’s instead determined by the unconscious memories and childhood experiences. I believe this is true because, individuals sometimes feels as though what other people say or feel about them is more important than their own mind. People pleasing as I call it, you have to be a strong will person not fall victim to this theory. People a lot of times feel like things that happened in their past is the reason they act the way they do. Including the way they were raised but you can’t pick your parents and you can’t cry over spoiled milk. You just have to take the hand god dealt you and roll with it. But everyone does not have the same mind frame as me which is why I couldn’t pick one. Everyone has their own way of thinking and everyone doesn’t have the same effects on certain
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