Self Esteem: The 4 Factors

Updated: Feb 16

Self- esteem is a way of thinking, feeling, and acting that implies that you accept, respect, trust and believe in yourself.

When you accept yourself, you can live comfortably with both your personal strengths and weaknesses without undue self-criticism.

When you respect yourself, you acknowledge your own dignity and value as a unique human being. You treaty yourself the same way you would someone else that you respect.

Self Trust means that your behaviors and feelings are consistent despite changes and challenges in your external circumstances. You act authentically in these situations.

To believe in yourself means that you feel you deserve to have the good things in life. It also means that you have confidence that you can fulfill your deepest personal needs, aspirations, and goals.

Ask yourself: Where are you in each category of self esteem?

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