Self-esteem is a series of perceptions, evaluations, feelings, and assessments that are directed towards oneself.
Self-esteem has its origin in thought, and in turn, cultivates the emotions and feelings that we have of ourselves. This will nourish or destroy our self-esteem and as a consequence, it is possible that it affects the value of ourselves and therefore, as others do perceive us.
Low self-esteem is the door to depression
Low self-esteem makes you begin to deprive yourself of living positive experiences, it affects those around you and much more those who maintain a close relationship or who depend on you.
For that reason, it is important that you know some techniques to increase your self-esteem, build better relationships, and at the same time feel good about yourself.
Tools for SELF-ESTEEM:
- Don’t let good opportunities pass you by.
- Always do something new.
- Practice exercise or a hobby.
- Constantly establish new habits.
- Finish the things you start.
- Complete a long-overdue task.
- Take risks AND DARE.
- Leave the victimhood.
Practice the following:
- Reflect on your successes.
- Take care of your physical appearance.
- Take care of your body.
- Visualize yourself succeeding.
- Celebrate your achievements.
- Always say “yes I can”
- Believe in yourself.
- Stop comparing yourself to others.
- Always have a positive attitude.
- Put negative thoughts on mute.
- Learn from mistakes.
- Be grateful for what you have.
Self-esteem is one of the most important factors that contribute to your happiness. If you don’t like yourself, it’s hard to like anything or anyone else. – Mandy Hale.
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