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Transcript of Self-Esteem
Be true to yourself!
Smart Girls Retreat
People with high self-esteem know themselves well, are realistic, and find friends that like & appreciate them for who they are.
more in control of their lives and know their own strengths and weaknesses.
We all experience problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives — especially during our teens!
The good news is that, because everyone's self-image changes over time, self-esteem is not fixed for life.
What is it?
Self-esteem is all about how much we feel valued, loved, accepted, and thought well of by others
how much we value, love, and accept ourselves.
A person's mental picture of himself or herself.
A lot of our self-image is based on interactions we have with other people and our life experiences.
This mental picture contributes to our self-esteem.
How we feel about ourselves can influence how we live our lives.
People with good self-esteem:
have better relationships
more likely to ask for help and support from friends and family when they need it.
more likely to do well in school.
Having good self-esteem allows you to accept yourself and live life to the fullest.
beauty that waits patiently to be discovered
reminds us that we are all human beings on this planet-that our bodies as well as the material world around us
Try to stop thinking negative thoughts about yourself.
Aim for accomplishments rather than perfection.
View mistakes as learning opportunities.
Try new things.
Recognize what you can change and what you can't.
Take pride in your opinions and ideas.
Make a contribution.