We are not who we think we areSummaryTranscript
We construct through fantasy, through imagination, through wishing, wanting an image over time, much time. This encompasses, a great part of our childhood is the creation, modification, renovation, etc. of our self-image. We gradually adopt roles and we play out those roles under just incredibly varied circumstances so that the image we have of ourselves, while it may in words when we are confronted with a question, what is your self-image, we often are able to put down a list, a number of qualities and attributes that we think are part of what we really are.