The process of self, as presupposed by Mead, has two stages, outlines the basic understanding that allows one to view himself through the eyes of others for commonality and alignment purposes as well control of behavior. From Mead’s perspective, the first stage in the process of self comprises molding of attitudes and behaviors and believes from observation of other people around during childhood. Through this age, a child observes, imitates, and interacts with people which molds him to believing some things and creating value. This interaction continues to expand from the family level to school and neighborhood. In the second stage of self-process, an individual expands his participation in community activities, activities and vocational activities which continues to expose and improve his abilities to view and imagine himself through the eyes of others, yielding to a change in the attitudes.