Low Self-Esteem can be described as when you don’t think well of yourself and you judge yourself to be inferior to others. This can prevent you enjoying life or reaching your full potential. It impacts your life.
Self-esteem can be affected by events such as bullying, losing a job, a divorce or a physical illness – the same things that often cause anxiety, stress and depression, so low self-esteem is often associated with anxiety or depression.
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How to tell if you have
Characteristics of people with low self-esteem include:
Disliking or hating yourself
Maybe your body, your weight or how you act.
Thinking no-one likes you
Which is not true – but you still think it.
Unable to make decisions
For fear they will always be the wrong decision.
For things that are clearly not your fault.
Unable to identify any good points or strengths.
When receiving gists or spending on yourself.
When to reach out…
If, after practicing these techniques for a few weeks, you see no improvement you should seek help. Speak to a friend, family member, your GP or a counsellor. A 3rd party will often help you formulate your thoughts and set realistic targets to change the way you think.
Improving your self-esteem
There are many self-help techniques you can start with; here are five…
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Conquering Low Self-Esteem
Mynurva has qualified therapists able to provide counselling for low-esteem. The difference is amazing and our therapists get great pleasure in seeing you learn to totally ignore the voice inside trying to tell you bad things about yourself and become the person you were meant to be.
It is only after therapy, once the negative thoughts reduce, that you realise how much your low self-esteem was restricting your life.