Self-esteem is basically how you think or feel about yourself. Self-esteem is said to come from internal sources. When there is a healthy self-esteem people feel comfortable worth themselves and do not depend on other people to make them feel good about themselves. With healthy/high self-esteem people are confident and aware of their strengths and abilities. Outside sources cause low self-esteem and affect the internal health which is the major factor of high self-esteem. Origin of self-esteem. People's internal images evolve through their lives since childhood. The images are build based on experiences they encounter with different people. The images come based on how success and failures are treated by people around us like teachers, parents, religious leaders or even our coaches. Basically, self-esteem is created based on how people are treated by others through experiences and activities. Healthy self-esteem is good since it gives people the courage to try new things and the power to believe in themselves. It highly leads to respect even when one makes mistakes. High self-esteem majorly helps in making good choices about the mind and the body. It also leads to valuing one's feelings, health, and safety.
What you are going to learn:
- How to build self-esteem
- How to improve self-esteem and live a better life
- Therapeutic relaxation music to improve self esteem
- Effect of self-esteem on relationships
- Building of teen self-esteem starts at birth
One of the questions psychologists and counselors of all kinds find themselves having to deal with rather frequently nowadays is the question on how to improve self-esteem. Majority of the people who pose this question tend to be those who have come to the conclusion that most of the unhappiness in their lives is attributable to low self-esteem.
Everyone seems to put undue emphasis on the state of self-esteem and the importance of raising self-esteem. That emphasis is misplaced. This book tries to explain the true purpose of self-esteem and some of the root causes that should be examined and addressed.