- Your physical self: all the physical characteristics such as gender, body mass, hair color etc.
- Your emotional self: your ability to experience different feelings such as love, hate, fear, anger and joy.
- Your social self: your need for companionship and to be a part of a wider community.
- Your ethical self: your sense o wrong and right and the need for justice and equality.
Your intellectual self: your ability to understand the world around you and gather information to make informed decisions. It also includes your ability to learn new things and to be creative.
Whereas a person gets their physical characteristics from their parents genes their personality and behavior for the most part comes from socialization. The way a person was raised and the kind of friends they have impact greatly on how they behave.
A person who was raised with a lot of criticism from their parents tend to grow up having a negative personality. They are quick to see the faults of others. They are also afraid to take risks for fear of being teased or judged.
A person who was raised by parent who give their children praise for their efforts tend to grow up with a positive personality. They are less afraid of taking on challenging tasks.