Building Rock Solid Self Esteem
What Is Self Esteem?
As human beings, we tend to place a value or a measure of worth to ourselves or aspects of ourselves. So, self-esteem usually refers to how we view and think about ourselves and the value that we place on ourselves as a person. If the value we place on ourselves is often negative, this is when we run into problems with self esteem.
Low Self Esteem
Have you ever been dissatisfied or unhappy with yourself on the whole?
Do you ever think that you are weak, stupid, not good enough, flawed in some way, inferior to other people, useless, worthless, unattractive, ugly, unlovable, a loser, or a failure?
Everyone uses these words on themselves at times, usually when they experience a challenging or stressful situation.
However, if you often think about yourself in
these terms, then you might have a problem with low
Low self-esteem is having a generally negative overall
opinion of oneself, judging or evaluating oneself
negatively, and placing a general negative value on
oneself as a person.
When we have low self-esteem this usually has a deep-seated, basic, negative beliefs about ourselves and the kind of person we are.
These beliefs are often taken as facts
or truths about our identity, rather than being
recognized as opinions we hold about ourselves.
Cause or Effect?
It is important to know that low self esteem is a common problem for many people in our society, you are not alone!
For many years I suffered from such low self esteem that I tried commuting suicide 3 times, because I strongly felt that the world would be a better place without me in it.
The good news is that you can take steps towards developing more healthy self-esteem, just like I did, following these simple steps and practicing them over and over again.
This course is designed to provide you with some information I wish, I had been given years ago.
We will be looking at what low self-esteem is, how it develops, how it is maintained, and how to address this problem.
This program is organised into 9 modules that are designed to be worked through in sequence.
Each module includes lessons, worksheets, and suggested exercises or activities.
In total there are 35 lessons and 13 worksheets.
This course is closed for enrollment.