Social Acceptance: Positive Self-Concept. Emotional well-being involves positive feelings about past experience. Low self-acceptance involves dissatisfaction with self, disappointment with past attainments. Participation in group activities, attending religious gatherings, or engaging in constructive leisure activities, sports, etc., support the development of world view and enhances the ego.
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