Articles On The Idea Of Changing Socially
You may be coming to this site with a bunch of social changes you want to make, and you have no internal conflict about doing any of it. If you fit that bill you may want to skip or skim over this section.
Some readers are more wary about the idea of having to change to do better socially. The concept may make them think of things like conforming and selling out, or having to change more about themselves than they'd like. There aren't any single, neat answers for this issue, but these articles explore it from a number of perspectives.
The Three General Philosophies Toward Changing
- The 'Being True To Yourself' Approach to Changing Socially
- The 'Pragmatic Adaptation' Approach To Changing Socially
- The 'Truly Trying To Change Yourself' Approach To Changing Socially
Some Other Issues That The Idea Of Changing Raises
- Changing Your Social Skills vs. Changing Your Entire Personality
- What's a Social Difference And What's A Social Weakness?
- Are Certain Social Traits Changeable Or Not?
- For Any Trait Keep The Good Parts And Toss The Bad
- Social Skills Are Ultimately Subjective
- Ideas That Can Excuse Not Working On Your Social Weaknesses