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Low Self-Esteem

A poor self image (low self-esteem) can cause a lack of acedemic success, harmful mental anticipations, as well as anxiety.
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Kelsey Chiaverini

on 24 October 2012

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Low Self-Esteem By: Kelsey C.
Micala R.
Ericka A.
Matthew N. Academics Academics Concrete Details: Suicidal Thoughts Anxiety Anxiety x2 Suicidal Thoughts Cont. Wrap-Up Statistics: 75% of girls with low self-esteem
say they have engaged in having
an eating disorder, cutting, smoking, or drinking.

LSE teenage boys are prone to obsessive exercising, binge eating, and steroid abuse. "People with anxiety worry about the future and all of the horrible things that could possibly go wrong." "When all in life seems well, they worry that it won't last, that something disastrous is about to happen and that they will come crashing down." In conclusion low self-esteem can cause a
variety of problems in your life which can lead to further consequences in your life. When a child has a low self-esteem, it can affect them academically in a negative fashion. A child may be as intelligent as a child can be, but with the image of themself being non-intellectual, they will not be able to express themselves in how they really are able to perform. - "78% of girls with low self-esteem admit that it is hard to feel good in school when you do not feel good about how you look (compared to 54% of girls with high self-esteem)." Sources: http://www.counselling-directory.org.uk/counsellor-articles/experiencing-anxiety-stress-depression-low-self-esteem-its-the-thought-that-cou
(Anxiety Research) Self-esteem dificits appear to play an important
role in understanding suicidal behavior among
adlolescents. Both suicidal ideation and suicide attempts may by relatated to persistant negative views of the self as worthless and the future as hopeless. http://42051.faithweb.com/Self-esteem%20deficits%20and%20suicidal%20tendencies%20among.html
http://superproducerrandolph.bandcamp.com/track/suicidal-thoughts
(Suicidal Thoughts Pciture)
Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
(Suidial Thoughts Reasearch)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anxiety_disorder
(Anxiety Picture) Academics Concrete Details From Novel: Concrete Details From The Novel "I open a paperclip and scratch it across the inside of my left wrist. Pitiful. If a suicide attempt is a cry for help, then what is this? A whisper, a peep? I draw little windowcracks of blood, etching line after line until it stops hurting. It looks like I arm-wrestled with a rosebush" (Anderson 87). Anxiey x3 - Thesis Statement A poor self image can cause a lack of academic sucess, suicidal thoughts, and anxiety. My Report Card
Attitude D Social Studies D Spanish C- Art A
Lunch C Biology B Algebra C-
Clothes C- English C- Gym C- (Anderson 92) " " My Report Card Plays nice B Social Studies C Spanish C Art A
Lunch D Biology B Algebra C+
Clothes English C Gym C+ “These people worry that if they speak up for themselves, or they don't please the other person, they will be rejected.” (Anderson 46) " " “'Self-concept as a construct has had a long history within psychology and education because it provides a gauge to determine the effects of academic and social functioning on the emotional well-being of the individual' (Vaughn et al., 2001, p. 54)." http://www.iapsych.com/acmcewok/Academicself-concept.html
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