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good me

in the self-system theory of Harry Stack Sullivan, the child’s personification of behaviors and impulses that meet with the approval of the parents. The good me is posited to develop as a part of the socialization process and to protect the child from anxiety about himself or herself. Compare bad me; not me.

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