Is your low self-esteem and self-confidence impacting on your life?
Self-esteem is your opinion of yourself. People with healthy self-esteem like themselves and value their achievements. We all lack confidence now and then, but people with low self-esteem feel unhappy or unsatisfied with themselves most of the time.
Self-esteem is best defined as how you feel about yourself. It is the feeling of confidence and competence, the feeling of value, of worth, and of inner peace. The problem has been stated by McKay and Fanning as the “human capacity for judgement”. When you reject parts of yourself, you are doing damage to your psychological make-up. Low self-esteem people consider themselves failures and end up either giving up or constantly trying to prove themselves. They often feel angry about what they perceive other people have done to them and feel a victim of circumstance.
Improve your self-esteem …
An awareness of self is the beginning of change. Counseling will help you explore where your low self-esteem is rooted without judgement or blame. Learn strategies to regulate individual emotions and negative thoughts leading to an improved view of yourself.
Knowing how to boost your self-esteem will help you understand why you behave like you do.
When you’re trying to fix your relationship but your emotions are out of control, you will always end up fighting. Knowing your emotional style will help you understand why you behave like you do. It’s time to get some professional help.
You can change this today.
I can help you to:
- Lay the groundwork for building emotional skills to achieve a high level of peace and calm within yourself.
- Know your emotional style – the fight or flight response – and how you react in emotional situations.
- Understand your emotional brain – learn how your brain affects your personal emotions.