Category Archives: Learn how to raise your self-esteem

Face Your Fears

People with low self-esteem doubt their own ability to deal with scary situations and therefore avoid them. Instead of facing their fears they push them away. People with high self-esteem on the other hand know that even though they are … Continue reading

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Self-Esteem Tip: Make Life into an Adventure!

Raise your self-esteem by enjoying your life! Life does not have to be serious. In fact it is what you make of it. If you decide that life is fun and exciting you will feel blessed to be born every … Continue reading

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Teaching Children about Self-Esteem Using the Simile of a “Self-Esteem Bank Account”

Stephen R. Covey, author of the best-seller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, writes in his books about the idea of an emotional bank account. The idea is that you have one emotional bank account with each other person … Continue reading

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Dealing With Negative Emotions to Raise Your Self-esteem

People with high self-esteem are not always happy. The difference between a person with high self-esteem and a person with low self-esteem in terms of emotions is instead the way in which they deal with their negative emotions. You cannot … Continue reading

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Using the Idea of an Emotional Bank Account to Raise Your Self-Esteem

Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, writes in his books about the idea of an emotional bank account. The idea is that you have one emotional bank account with each person with whom you … Continue reading

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“I have to” vs. “I choose to”

What tasks or activities do you have to do today? What do you have to do tomorrow? Is there actually anything that you “have to” do? What if you had a choice…? Most people tend to use the words “have … Continue reading

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How to say no (without feeling impolite or scared)

Saying no is an important skill to learn for anyone who wants to raise their self-esteem or keep their self-esteem high. If you do not know how to say no you are in danger of spending your valuable life doing … Continue reading

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Stop playing a victim

You cannot control everything that happens in your life. There are a million things that are beyond your control: earthquakes, your parents socioeconomic status, you place of birth, the price of vegetables in the supermarket, your neighbour’s musical preferences… Things … Continue reading

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How to deal with annoying people

  How do you deal with really annoying people? People who try to push your self-esteem down and make you feel like you’re nothing worth?   There are different ways in which you could deal with annoying people who try … Continue reading

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“Problem” or “Challenge”?

The way in which you interpret things that happen to you affects your ability to deal with them. When something difficult or negative happens to you, you can choose between classifying it as a “problem” or as a “challenge”. Challenges are … Continue reading

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