Category Archives: Develop Your Confidence

Can Self Esteem Be Taught?

Of course it can, in fact we have all, as a society been taught to believe self esteem is even a thing. Prior to 1980 most people hadn’t even heard of self esteem. The first use of the term can be traced back to 1890 but even then the concept of self esteem didn’t really even become an accepted as a psychological concept until the late 1960’s.
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I Thought I Just Lacked Confidence

When I was younger, I often found it hard to behave how I wanted to behave, and I was often described as being ‘shy’. This was something my mother would say, and there were moments when other people would say the same thing.
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How You See Yourself Means Everything

Indeed, how you see yourself means everything since it is impossible to know how another person is going to feel, think or even look at you. When you realize it, you can then focus on the only sure thing in your life that you can control, and that is how you think, perceive and feel about yourself.
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Tips on Boosting Self-Confidence for Teens

Whether you’re a male or female teen, your self-confidence is important. While the emphasis is often on girls’ self-esteem, boys need to be confident, too, and often struggle just as much (although perhaps in different areas).
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A Mrs Take on Making Mistakes

When we make a mistake we tend to feel embarrassed, stupid, or even frustrated. We feel as if we somehow should have known better, even if that is impossible. Why can’t we move on without berating ourselves?
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Set Your Boundaries: Learn to Say “No”

It’s a good thing to be considerate, helping and generous. A person can be kind and at the same time set his/her boundaries. It’s important not to lose ourselves and our self respect on the way to being compassionate and saying yes.
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How to Boost Your Self-Esteem When You’re Having a Bad Day

What is it about a bad day that can take the wind out of your sails and make you feel so drained? Your mindset controls your moods and hence your level of energy. How a bad day is labeled as ‘bad’ – is completely due to your internal language. Bad days often begin with things happening that were not expected (for instance, missing a train, breaking a bag, misplacing keys) and these things can create a mindset that things are not going to go well today. As you focus on all the things that begin to go wrong, your level of agitation and frustration rises and this drains your energy. In addition your internal language becomes more negative and self critical – which can result in further energy depletion and even depression.
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The Most Common Mistakes People Make With Unipolar Depression Treatment

Unipolar depression definition: Unipolar depression is a term that is used to refer to when a person changes from being depressed to being manic and vice versa. What separates it from depression is that unipolar depression concentrates on studying the lows of a person may have experienced. It is also called major depression and the most common characteristics of people suffering from unipolar depression are constant feelings of sadness or lack of interest in outside stimuli. What this means in return is that a person will separate themselves from others and will end up feeling even sadder.
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Lost, Lonely And Scared

Lost, lonely, scared, embarrassed and not good enough. That’s how she described herself. I am often asked how does one raise their self-esteem.
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You Are Not Broken Nor Do You Need Fixing, Just More Self Love And Acceptance

You are not broken and don’t need fixing. What you need is self-love and self-acceptance to heal your fractured parts, so they are made whole again. What you’re experiencing is an opportunity to grow which may appear as being broken. In fact, you’re shedding your old self to make room for the real you to emerge. You don’t need more articles like this to convince you of your worthiness. Whilst they offer reassurance, they are only a guide because your true essence will emerge when you discard your former self.
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