Aug 12, · For proof that rejection, exclusion, and acceptance are central to our lives, look no farther than the living room, says Nathan Dewall, a psychologist at the University of Kentucky. “If you turn on the television set, and watch any reality TV program, most of them are about rejection and acceptance,. Jun 22, · Accepting emotions does not mean that you resign yourself to always feeling terrible or wallowing in pain. It also doesn't mean that you hold on to painful emotions or try to push yourself to experience emotional pain. Acceptance simply means being aware of your emotions and accepting them for what they are right now, knowing that they won't last.
“People people who need people are the luckiest people in the world”-Barbara Streisand. I have suggested previously that all needs, motives, and behaviors of a psychological nature can ultimately be traced to two fundamental human needs. I addressed the first of these two needs, the need for control, in last month’s article. Sep 26, · Keep in mind, to feel accepted is a human need. It is not simply a nice to have; we require it. People will go to great lengths to be and feel accepted. The extreme religious cults, porn industry and gangs rely on this need as a recruiting tool.
Sep 20, · The article explains that everyone has the inherent desire to feel safe and secure, and human behavior revolves around the need to garner that Author: Lauren Suval.