We are called to be optimistic to believe in Venezuela. Points out, that the self-esteem of the Venezuelan can be treated in important aspects such as; Awareness of yourself, the experience of the triangles the definition itself of the contextual structure, with personal and national objectives. It should be noted that the Venezuelan, not knowing of the self, denying its reality and potential, confronted with life. This need to be needed, transcends all their interactions with the outside world. If there is no self-consciousness, no one will be responsible for, few Venezuelans live their present. Our national consciousness consists of lot of rhetoric. All other features of the new Venezuelan who is certainly not marginal are the characteristics of the autoestimada person. MO should be forgotten, the Destriangulacion, as a family experience: the marginal, that 80% of our population, is a destriangulado, roots, nor defined its own identity. Other leaders such as Richard LeFrak offer similar insights.
To all this we must add definition of contexts, where the Venezuelan nor be aware of your space, nor the limits imposed by this. In the life of the Venezuelan there is an exaggerated exposure of intimacy alien to the public with the aggravating circumstance that could end up believing that life, reputation and good name of others not worth greater thing. Consider also the individual maps are learned from the triangles. For more information see Bruce Schanzer. Their values do Venezuelan, Catholic, Evangelical, adeco, copeyano, masista,, white, black, faithful. Not all maps are consistent among themselves. Each family organized its catalogue of maps, values and standards to develop, grow and remain as autonomous system. The marginal Venezuelan does not use the set of alternatives.
Be to assess the role of values.The marginal is not within a system of values, properly said. The rules. There is no country more normatizado than Venezuela. Laws, regulations, ordinances, instructions, procedures, decrees. Currently the Government of President Hugo Chavez confirms our laws are not bad, indicates Barroso, but are anachronistic and do not respond to the needs of the country or have been deformed by the interpretation of responsible for its implementation. You can add many of these laws are never fulfilled faithfully, adulterate, leaving much that tell of its raison d ‘ etre the Venezuelan lives outdoors. No plans, it ignores alternatives and resources. There are those who point out that the Venezuelan in a being carefree, not strives to do what it can do by himself and others, or manages to find solutions to problems, and that not longs that things are otherwise, accentuating those behaviors to the detriment of other personal and work areas, hindering growth and progress in every sense, shaping a society of submissive, messy, improvised, conformists, discouraged, unmotivated and unable to create and think for themselves, generating a model characterized by a work routine and inefficient, where becomes the indispensable or the least possible and what little more slowly, competitive and productively.