Self-esteem - seeing ourselves as others see us
Posted Friday 16 September 2011
I’ve been working on a revision of our information about self-esteem.
I was pretty blasé about it before I started – self help, mumbo jumbo, affirmations, American style positivity – not the realm of a cynical Scot.
But, it has been an education.
Self-esteem boils down to what is at our core, our centre.
Who am I and what am I worth?
But, they are only beliefs and they can be changed.
I want everyone to know this.
No-one should go through life thinking they are of no worth.
Beth Murphy, Information Manager
Do you need to challenge negative feelings and beliefs you hold about yourself?
Our information on self-esteem explains where these beliefs come from, how they become fixed and gives suggestions to help you change them.
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