Critics are of the opinion that self-concept is about how a person is looking at or rather thinking about his/her Self. According to critics, to have a concept of one’s Self is equivalent to be aware of one’s own Self. Self-concept is something that I have learned recently and I believe that this particular theory of self-concept has a relationship with the concept of self-identity as well. There are however several reasons behind me believing this particular fact. According to various critics and the scholars, the concept of self-identity or rather the identities of the individual includes the traits and the characteristics of the individual. It brings into consideration the social relations and the groups that help in defining the individual (Hattie, 2014). In fact, I believe that together all these features of identities help in forming the self-concept of the individual (Escalas and Bettman, 2015). We have also learned in the course that when people have a communication with the others based on their self-concept, then the culture, interest and even the thinking pattern of the individual influence the communication. Moreover, during the course of communication, the self-concept of the individual is further developed.