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Describe how you can develop a complete and healthy self-concept.
Your self-concept is how you view yourself. How you view yourself, determines how you will experience life. If you see yourself in a positive and healthy light, your life experiences will be positive and healthy. [ It doesn't mean, of course, that your life will be free of challenges and adversity, just that you will have a healthier approach to dealing with them. If your opinion of yourself is
shaky and fragile, you will find life's challenges overwhelming and at times, ]
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