Self-esteem comes from self-knowledge and self-love.
There’s no other way to get it.
Here’s a piece on Self-esteem by Helen Nieves writing on Psych Central.
She’s a Mental Health Counselor who works in New York.
She offers list of 14 ways that may help you to build your self-esteem and feel better about yourself.
“Self-Most people feel bad about themselves from time to time.
Low self esteem may be triggered by your own judgement or by the judgement of others. Low self-esteem keeps you from enjoying your life and working towards goals.”
Self-talk, self-care, and don’t compare yourself to others are strong points among her 14..
Read more here.
When you get to know and realize all the gifts you have (that might not have been nurtured-or even noticed– you will develop self-esteem and with it a better life.
If you are suffering from a lack of self-esteem, write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can fix this. Truly.