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101 Characteristics of People with High Self-Esteem Part 2

The Dangers of Low Self-esteem. Someone who has low self-esteem will often be highly critical of themselves. The positive qualities that they do possess are ignored or overlooked. Not only do they constantly compare themselves to others, but they also see themselves as inferior to others. They will often use typically negative words with which to describe themselves – such as unlovable, undeserving, stupid, ugly, overweight or fat. Their self-talk, the discussions that they have with themselves, are critical, they are self-blaming, and they are negative. They assume that their achievements are down to luck rather than due to hard work or skill, and they can’t accept credit for them. When things go wrong, they immediately blame themselves instead of considering other factors. When someone offers them a compliment, they simply don’t believe it.

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definition of self-esteem

101 Characteristics of People with High Self-Esteem Part 1

By definition, self-esteem is the value you place on your own worth. It impacts how you think, how you feel about yourself, and it even has a say over your behavior and actions. You may look at people you know and assume they must have high self-esteem because they’re intelligent or attractive. In truth, there doesn’t seem to be any link between actual ability and what level of self-esteem someone holds. You could be highly intelligent and still have low self-esteem. Self-esteem is important, though. It may sway throughout your life, but children who are raised with a strong sense of security tend to find it easier to develop self-esteem later.

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