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self-esteem

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Transcript of self-esteem

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ROLLER COASTER Self esteem is your opinion of yourself.
Self-esteem can have a big part to play in how you feel about yourself and also how much you enjoy things or worry about things. A feeling of pride in yourself.Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. High self esteem is a good opinion of yourself and low self esteem is a bad opinion of yourself.We all have a mental picture of who we are, how we look, what we're good at, and what our weaknesses might be. We develop this picture over time, starting when we're very young. The term self-image is used to refer to 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 (our self-image) contributes to our self-esteem. Self-esteem? Whats that? We all experience problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives — especially during our teens when we're figuring out who we are and where we fit in the world. The good news is that, because everyone's self-image changes over time, self-esteem is not fixed for life. So if you feel that your self-esteem isn't all it could be, you can improve it. I I am awesome i love myself Im different that makes me unique
It makes me special in a different way ELF IMAGE ruly perfect just the way you are xceptional ine, being the way you are
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like nobody else Made it live for a reason N ver say N VER The Process of Strengthening Self-Esteem any people are uncomfortable with, or haven't had the opportunity to learn positive ways to recognize and manage their emotions. Sometimes, they cope by denying their feelings or shutting them down. They may block them with their intellect, with eating or not eating, with drugs, alcohol, or cigarettes, or other habits that can lead to difficulty. Sometimes they act on their emotions without thinking of the consequences, saying and doing things that they later regret. You cannot always control what happens to you. You can learn to interpret and manage your feelings. You can control the conclusions you draw from experiences about your own sense of self-worth, your thoughts, and how you will respond - your actions. Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. Self-esteem can have a big part to play in how you feel about yourself and also how much you enjoy things or worry about things. Self Image emotions Light up peoples world fake Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. Self-esteem can have a big part to play in how you feel about yourself and also how much you enjoy things or worry about things A feeling of pride in yourself.Self esteem is your opinion of yourself. High self esteem is a good opinion of yourself and low self esteem is a bad opinion of yourself.We all have a mental picture of who we are, how we look, what we're good at, and what our weaknesses might be. We develop this picture over time, starting when we're very young. The term self-image is used to refer to 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 (our self-image) contributes to our self-esteem. We all experience problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives — especially during our teens when we're figuring out who we are and where we fit in the world. The good news is that, because everyone's self-image changes over time, self-esteem is not fixed for life. So if you feel that your self-esteem isn't all it could be, you can improve it. We all experience problems with self-esteem at certain times in our lives — especially during our teens when we're figuring out who we are and where we fit in the world. The good news is that, because everyone's self-image changes over time, self-esteem is not fixed for life. So if you feel that your self-esteem isn't all it could be, you can improve it. any people are uncomfortable with, or haven't had the opportunity to learn positive ways to recognize and manage their emotions. Sometimes, they cope by denying their feelings or shutting them down. They may block them with their intellect, with eating or not eating, with drugs, alcohol, or cigarettes, or other habits that can lead to difficulty. Sometimes they act on their emotions without thinking of the consequences, saying and doing things that they later regret. You cannot always control what happens to you. You can learn to interpret and manage your feelings. You can control the conclusions you draw from experiences about your own sense of self-worth, your thoughts, and how you will respond - your actions. Self-Acceptance
Re-thinking values
Developing a clear and accurate self-image
Tuning in to negative self-talk
Developing positive self-talk Self-Reliance
Self-reliance is drawing on the power within yourself and the power you share with others. It is not power over others.
Pursuing dreams and setting goals
Handling criticism and mistakes "Should have, could have, would have ... " Try not to constantly second guess yourself, criticize yourself for what you "should" have done better, or expect too much from yourself. You are not to blame every time something goes wrong or someone has a problem. Instead of focusing on what you think are your negative qualities, accentuate your strengths and assets. You are more secure in who you are and what you have to offer the world You are able to see the good in others and in the world around you. You are able to move on from the past and experience joy in the present. You are able to overcome adversity and setbacks more easily. You are able to forgive yourself and others You have a clear sense of your own values, worth, integrity, and character. You take better care of your physical and mental health. You take better care of your physical and mental health. UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF
Self-Awareness
Recognizing and expressing emotions
Managing emotions
Balancing basic needs in yourself #TRFYL Instead of focusing on what you think are your negative qualities, accentuate your strengths and assets. Maybe you didn't ace the test you were studying for, but maybe your hard work and perseverance led to a better grade than you would have had.
Just as everything is not your fault, not everything is your responsibility. It's okay to be helpful, but don't feel the need to be all things (and do all things) for all people. You don't need to be all things to all people or please everyone Avoid "can't" thinking or other negative language. If you say something often enough, you may start to believe it, so keep your statements positive, not negative. Benefits of having healthy self-esteem You are able to develop a positive philosophy of life and live by that philosophy. You are more optimistic, happier, and able to give of yourself to others. You are able to take responsibility for your own thoughts, actions, and indeed, your life. making your own choices taking action esteem flawless Here are some ways to help a friend who may have lower self-esteem: Involve them. Try to get your friend or relative involved with others. This will help them see that they can make a positive contribution to events, people, etc. Give them positive feedback. Tell your friend or relative about his or her strengths, accomplishments and assets. This will let them know that you think they are important enough to remember these things, as well as help them learn to positively reinforce their own behavior. Express your care and concern. Let your friend or relative know how much you value them and their place in your life. This will give them a greater sense of belonging. Encourage them. Try to get your friend or relative to learn something new. Applaud successes, attempts, and even failed attempts. Laugh with them, not at them. Help your friend or relative to laugh at their and your mistakes by trying to find some humor (when appropriate) in their life. Listen to them. Allow your friend or relative to express themselves by giving him or her your complete attention while they are speaking to you. This will let them know that their opinions matter to you and that their concerns are important enough to be heard, paid attention to, and understood.
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