Self Esteem

Self Esteem

We all have times when we lack confidence and don’t feel good about ourselves. But when low self-esteem becomes a long-term problem, it can have a harmful effect on our mental health and our lives. Self-esteem is the opinion we have of ourselves. When we have healthy self-esteem, we tend to feel positive about ourselves and about life in general. It makes us able to deal with life’s ups and downs better. When our self-esteem is low, we tend to see ourselves and our life in a more negative and critical light. We also feel less able to take on the challenges life throws at us. Living with low self-esteem can harm your mental health, leading to problems such as depression and anxiety.

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Ways To Improve Low Self Esteem

Recognize what you are good at:
We are all good at something, whether it’s cooking, singing, doing puzzles or being a friend. We also tend to enjoy doing the things we are good at, which can help to boost your mood.
Build Positive Relationships:
If you find certain people tend to bring you down, try to spend less time with them, or tell them how you feel about their words or actions. Seek out relationships with people who are positive and who appreciate you.
Be kind to yourself:
Be gentle to yourself at times when you feel like being self-critical. Think what you’d say to encourage a friend in a similar situation. We often give far better advice to others than we do to ourselves.
Give yourself a challenge:
We all feel nervous or afraid to do things at times. People with healthy self-esteem don’t let these feelings stop them from trying new things or taking on challenges.

Helpful Links For Low Self Esteem

  • PsychCentral.com – Great resource for individuals that are seeking information self esteem struggles and strategies that can help.
  • SelfImprovement.com – A place to find tips, tools, and knowledge that helps you to create opportunities and improve low self esteem.
  • Psychology Today – Simple suggestions for building confidence and low self esteem.

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"The most important opinion you have is the one you haveof yourself, and the most significant things you say all day are those things you say to yourself."

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