Identity 4

Identification i·den·ti·fi·ca·tion, (īˌden tə fəˈkā shen) – A process whereby an individual relates to a person or group with feelings of close emotional association.  I love football and when I was younger I enjoyed playing football. Living in New York at the time the New York Jets were my favorite team. My idol was number … Continue reading Identity 4

Identity Theft – 2

It has been almost two months since the last blog post. This is a continuation from the last one. Not feeling validated and accepted creates a distorted self-image, low self-worth, and feelings of insecurity which inevitably trigger a compulsive search for some kind of self-fulfillment. A person feeling these things may use any thing or … Continue reading Identity Theft – 2

Identity Theft

i·den·ti·ty, [ˌīˈden(t)ədē] - The distinguishing character, nature and essence, including the personality of an individual. A state of being. The condition of being the same with something or someone. The relation established by psychological identification. Sadly, many people have had their identity stolen. In 2004, approximately 6 million people in the United States alone were … Continue reading Identity Theft