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In essence, self-esteem is our sense of worth. It is about feeling good about our self, believing in our self and accepting our whole self. It is also much about how other people are willing to accept us for who we really are and how important we are to them. People with a good sense of self-worth recognize and accept their strengths and weaknesses. They have a healthy amount of self-assurance that they can compromise their identity just enough but not wholly reject their true personality. On the other hand, those with a low self-esteem constantly put themselves down. They doubt their own abilities and constantly make excuses for their fears and uncertainties. A low self-esteem is, in reality, a hindrance to one’s growth as it prevents the person from reaching his full potential.

Puberty is usually that period in our life where we greatly struggle with self-acceptance, self-belief and self-confidence. We really don’t like our own self perfectly; we have a lot of insecurities. We have issues about how we look physically, how other people see us and how we see our own self. However, some young adults have been known to wrestle with self-esteem problems as well. The good news is that self-esteem can be improved. As we mature in life, we tend to change how we look at our self and how we perceive people. This is because our life experiences shape our thoughts, perceptions and opinions and, ultimately, will have an effect on our self-image.

There are many self-help techniques and therapy treatments that are available to improve your self-esteem and empower yourself. This book is one remarkable resource.

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