Self-destructiveness -- See Self-destructive behavior Here are entered works on nonstereotyped behaviors and cognitions by which individuals directly or indirectly cause harm to themselves. Works on stereotyped behaviors by which individuals unintentionally cause damage to their bodies are entered under Self-injurious behavior. Works on behaviors by which individuals intentionally cause damage to their bodies are entered under Self-mutilation.
Self-directed change -- See Self-help techniques Here are entered general works on processes or techniques designed to assist individuals in solving their own problems. Works on a specific technique, or directed toward a specific self-help goal, are entered under the technique or goal, e.g. Behavior modification; Meditation; Self-actualization (Psychology); Success; etc.
Self-discipline -- See Self-control Here are entered works on the ability to inhibit either impulsive or goal-seeking behavior for the sake of a more inclusive goal. Works on the psychological make-up of people with a well-guarded self, little or no need for deep relationships, and who see themselves as efficient and superior, are entered under Self-containment (Personality trait)