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Self-Esteem: What Is Self-Esteem and What Is Not
When the subject of self-esteem is raised, the air suddenly becomes dense with the negative connotation that the topic suggests. It has become a deep-seeded issue that resonates with the majority; we can find solidarity in the fact that we never feel whole. Therein lies the problem. It has become normal to feel obsolete. Although highly influenced by external factors, our level of self-worth can come from nowhere but within ourselves.When the subject of self-esteem is raised, the air suddenly becomes dense with the negative connotation that the topic suggests. It has become a deep-seeded issue that resonates with the majority; we can find solidarity in the fact that we never feel whole. Therein lies the problem. It has become normal to feel obsolete. Although highly influenced by external factors, our level of self-worth can come from nowhere but within ourselves.
Self-esteem issues effect our everyday performance, and basically just every moment of everyday. How you perceive yourself is transmitted through every action you take, every expression you make. You can vastly improve your quality of life by positively altering the way that you view yourself, and realize that you’re awesome, and so deserving of love and the rewards from your success. Changing your thought process is next to impossible, but it can be done. And it is quite literally, a labor of love.
Here are a few Lifehack articles (written by yours truly) covering different facets of self-esteem.
The Most Appropriate Definition of Self-Esteem
Social Media presence has such a hold on society, that we gauge or self-worth based on our “following” or “fame.”
Identifying narcissistic behaviors within yourself or others, and how to nurture self-love without allowing it to turn into narcissism.
Signs of People Who Have Self-Esteem Issues
People who have low self esteem are always hard on themselves. Sometimes they don’t accept compliments because they second guess others’ intentions.
Self-absorbed people portray certain patterns that are similar to narcissistic people, and these self-esteem.
The Hidden Causes of Low Self-Esteem
Some friendly advice on how to be a healthy and positive influence on a growing child’s self esteem.
A look into the negative effects of social media, Spot-light culture, and the fear of missing out.
Spotlight Culture has given us all the impression that everyone is always watching and judging our every move. Here’s how to separate yourself from that silly mentality.
Where Self-Esteem Comes From
Battling Shame Culture, and learning how to not lose yourself in the process of winning your success.
The toxicity that comes along with comparison, when we put too much focus on the success of others, that it inhibits our own growth.
If you want to live a fulfilling life, let go of your need for approval from others.
How finding your life’s work and committing to it will greatly improve your self-esteem.
True self-esteem comes from within, not external stuff like the number of likes on the social media.
How to Build Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence
We have to believe in ourselves and in our abilities to succeed in life.
Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve greatness. Learn from them and become a confident person.
Confidence is a tool you can use to boost your self-esteem and achieve what you want in your everyday life.
When you start to believe in yourself and demonstrate confidence, you’ll become more charming than ever.
How to Love Yourself More for Better Self-Esteem
By feeling good about yourself, you let your true self shine.
It’s not about being self-absorbed, it’s about getting in touch with our well-being and happiness.
You don’t need anyone else to complete your life, you’re the one responsible for your own love.
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