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Wang 1Kevin WangMr. SherwoodEnglish 107 September 2014I have fullyWho is My Self 1?William Shakespeare once said, "Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt." Timothy Gallwey explains that there everyone has two selves. There is one self/mind, which he refers as Self 2, which is what is considered "you" and has all your skills and potential. So therefore, our Self 1 can simply be defi ...view middle of the document...

But Self 1 has a deeper meaning and has more people involved than just my mind. In general, my environment is my Self 1; for instance, my parents who have played a big role in my growth and development and character have also put some pressure on me which contributes to my Self 1. Also, my peers are conducive to my Self 1. Sometimes, I tend to fall into peer pressure and want to "go with the flow" and do what is considered propriety in our society. I sometimes find my Self 1 doubting my actions and making me skeptical at times because I think about what my peers would think if I did something. Finally, my coaches and teachers contribute to my Self 1. I usually want to impress my teachers and don't want to ask them "stupid" questions or say something that they might think is stupid. Even during my high school tennis matches and the tennis tournaments I used to compete in, I would get nervous at times for my Self 1 would remind me of how my coaches and teachers might react to a loss. Hence, my Self 1 is doubt in my mind caused by the pressure I get from my environment.


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