Psychology is Social
Edward Krupat

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The largest portion of our relations with others consists of such momentary impressions of which the perceived other is not aware.

Affective Cognitive Sensorimotor
Spiritual Self I don't mind not knowing everyone on the island or even in the world. Ijust want to cherish the close relationships that I have now and make them better. Although, I'm open to meeting other people. It is impossible to know everyone on the island. Most people don't have the time of day to get to know everyone and hold a steady relationship or even a casual one. Just because I don't know everyone I see, I shouldn't feel hurt.
Reflective Self I reason this very way because I don't know everyone that I see. If I did know everyone that I saw, I wouldn't be reasoning this way. I understand that people will come and go and I won't know who they are. The fact that I don't know half of the people on the island justifies my reasoning. Just because I see many people in school, on the street, in the stores this doesn't mean that I know them. It's not possible to know everyone that you see. Only people that come in direct contact with you, such as family, friends, people who you talk to, these are people more capable for you to get to know.
Automatic Self I said these sentences because I agreed with the author. I felt like saying these things because I wanted to express my feelings about the topic. I have an understanding of these momentary impressions. I thought about these sentences because most of our lives are filled with these momentary impressions of people. I thought about it because every time I see a good looking face, thats all I'll ever know about it. This is absolutely true. Many people come into our lives and leave without a trace. A pretty face/handsome face we may see on the street is all that we may know about that person. Most of our lives are filled with these faces with on names.