Cognitive-Experiential Self Theory

@inproceedings{Epstein2014CognitiveExperientialST,
  title={Cognitive-Experiential Self Theory},
  author={Seymour Epstein},
  year={2014}
}
The book, Letters from Jenny, by Gordon All port (1965) presented a series of letters written over an extended period by a woman named Jenny to her son, Ross. Jenny was a poor, hard-working woman who sacrificed almost everything she had for Ross. She supported him in an affluent lifestyle at an Ivy League college, while she barely had enough to eat. All that mattered to her was his well-being. Yet, she failed miserably in bringing fulfillment and happiness to him as well as to herself. When… CONTINUE READING

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