There is no single reality: constructivist theory challenges the assertion of a single, authenticated, external reality
We constantly recreate reality: Through the process of living and interacting with the environment, and as a function of our cognitive processes, people are continually creating and recreating their understanding of reality.
Schematas can change: Deep underlying schemata, such as unconscious processes and a person's sense of self and identity, are more difficult to change than surface structures.
Thoughts, feelings and actions are inseparable: There is a complex and inseparable interaction among one's thoughts, feelings, and actions.
We are our thoughts: We do not simply have thoughts and interpretations of the world; we are our thoughts and interpretations, and they are constantly undergoing reconstruction as we interact with others in the world.