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For you to have a positive self-concept, it is most important that
A. you think positively about yourself.
B. your friends think positively about you.
C. your grandparents think positively about you.
D. your parents or guardians think positively about you.

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    Concentrate on the word "self-concept" in the question. Which choice fits that?

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