Self Disclosure Johari Window Essay Sample

Self Disclosure Johari Window Essay Sample

… temporary, fleeting relationships like our relationships with fellow travelers during a train or an air journey. The quality and type of relationship is determined to a large extent by the degree of ‘self-disclosure’ that we are willing to put into our communication and on the ‘feedback’ that we get in our interaction with others. Two of my personal relationships are described and analyzed below with reference …

… is, of course, not a one way street–he, too, is equally forthcoming in confiding his feelings to me. Hence the “open” quadrant of the Johari Window in our relationship is very wide indeed—both in terms of the exposure (self-disclosure) and the feedback that has been fed into the relationship. The open window has widened vertically at the expense of the ‘hidden’ window pane due …

… own ‘introvert’ personality inherited from my mother. While I keep a lot of information in the ‘hidden’ quadrant, my wife (perhaps) has a lot of undisclosed feelings in the unknown ‘quadrant’ of the window of our relationship.
The diminished ‘open’ quadrant may also, in part, be due to the unwillingness or inability in both our personalities to accept ‘negative’ feedback. For example, whenever I try to give ( …

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