Low Self-Esteem

What is self-esteem?

Everyone holds opinions about the type of person that they are. These opinions are at the heart of self-esteem and they affect how you feel about and value yourself. Self-esteem is not static and fixed; your beliefs about yourself can change throughout your life as a result of circumstances and experience.

If you have low self-esteem these beliefs will often be negative. You may focus on what you feel are your weaknesses and mistakes that you have made.

Some people may think that confidence is being able to address a room full of people. The reality is that you might spend most of your time afterwards thinking that you are not good enough and over-analyze all the mistakes you think you have made.

If you have high self-esteem, you will generally see yourself in a positive light.

You might find that life events such as losing your job, ending a relationship or being bereaved give your confidence a huge knock, but high self-esteem can act as a buffer to absorb these knocks and help you bounce back.

Your beliefs make the difference between high and low self-esteem. It is important to realise that these are only opinions, they are not facts. They can be biased or inaccurate, and there are steps you can take to change them.

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