5 Answers

  1. To answer this question, it is enough to consider the personal qualities that lead a person to evade responsibility (in other words, to irresponsibility, which is very common) and formulate the motives for overcoming these qualities (to repentance).

  2. Different. Someone is helped by a stick, someone by a carrot. Some people are quite motivated by the desire to take care of their loved ones, and therefore they take responsibility for themselves in order to make their lives better and help; others are motivated by mistakes, failures and the fear of being left behind, especially if they have already had such an experience.

  3. Responsibility is not a motive, but a value. And values already form the motives of actions.

    If your values include responsibility to yourself and others for what you will leave behind in this life, you will have the same motives and actions based on these motives.

    If responsibility is not included in your list of values, you will lead a very different life, because your motives will be different.

    Surprisingly different. I am surprised that the authors of some questions did not master the course of psychology even at the level of the first year of the Faculty of Psychology, since the topic “Needs and motives” is studied in the first year in the section “General Psychology”

  4. The desire to be happy and in control of your life.
    The habit of taking responsibility is formed either consciously by the person or by the parents, if they bring it up correctly.

  5. A believer, as far as I can tell (or rather, maybe the priest will explain it to you), can never take responsibility for his life on himself, because his life belongs not to him, but to God.

    As for atheists, their decision to take responsibility for their lives is often dictated (I have known such people and I know what I am saying) by a sincere desire to remove this responsibility from others, including loved ones, people, unwillingness to doom them to taking care of the often motionless and wordless, but nevertheless still living being. That is, by taking responsibility for themselves, they remove responsibility from other people who are not indifferent to them.

    There are probably other motives, so I told you what I know.

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