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Also, let's not forget the moral values that go along with the "natural" regulation of births because of the call for self-mastery in periodic continence, as listed in HV 21: "Such discipline bestows upon family life fruits of serenity and peace, and facilitates the solution of other problems; it favors attention for ones partner, helps both parties to drive out selfishness, the enemy of true love; and deepens their sense of responsibility.
With respect to self-assessment and self-efficacy, Bandura (1977) argues that the sense of perceived self-mastery resulting from self-assessment contributes to learners' self-efficacy.
Second, it was hypothesized that significant increases in participants' self-esteem, self-mastery, parental satisfaction, positive attitudes toward parenting and parental confidence would be observed.
The independent variables included the personal resources of education, physical health, self-esteem, attachment style, and self-mastery and the environmental resources of grandmother's perception of level of intimacy with her daughter and active involvement with the grandchild.
Mastering relaxation techniques, guided imagery, and concentration in therapy helps the patient reclaim self-mastery.
Urban Soul Warriors: Self-Mastery in the Midst of the Metropolis" is Lalania Simone's guide to finding inner peace in an area most known for violent crimes and selfish attitudes.
Color Alchemy: Self-Mastery with the Endless Supply of Color" is a guide to using the colors in one's life to maximize the potential in one's life.
Some smokers come to resent the feeling of being controlled by their need to smoke, and are motivated to stop by their desire to regain control and self-mastery.
An individual who has devoted himself to serving God in holiness by study, discipline and self-mastery, may well reach this stage and receive the call to leadership and prominence, a distinction that Moses attained and merited.
Written by Jerelyn Craden, Vessie Flamingo Outshining the Moon: A Tale of Self-Mastery and Love is a novel about Vessie VanCourtland, a burned-out, thirty-year-old former psychic and levitator-mediator turned jingle writer.
Success in any aspect of life is a function of three skills: self-mastery, tools and the ability to take action.
He discusses how tropes of loss and possession, themes of anxiety and risk, and representations of self-mastery and genius found in the literature of Phillis Wheatley, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Herman Melville are echoed in the commercial writing of the insurance business.