Not listening to negativity, seeking positive people and concepts. Enjoying and building on yourself until you are ready to try whatever with confidence.
Read my hub, "Why martial arts class is crucial for today's children" the answer to your question is that there are many ways, but they must be approached consistently and with patience and tenacity. I recommend exercise. Physical activity releases endorphins elevating your mood naturally, the by-product of regular exercise and good nutrition, is general health and well being in addition overcoming your limitations and fears leaves a sense of accomplishment and pride that can raise your self esteem. Pick a discipline, be it martial arts, dance, or a sporting event and go at it with all your heart. You'll be pleased at the result.
Learning to focus on the positive in your life, and shutting out the negative is vital to raising self esteem or self worth. Find your accomplishments and focus on them. Celebrate every little task finished. Be patient with yourself and learn how to forgive yourself. Learn more at http://hubpages.com/hub/Using-Self-Talk … elf-Esteem
To raise Self-Esteem, know yourself and who you are as an individual, not what you do or what you have and don't listen to the voices outside of you trying to label what or who you are, they don't TRULY know...YOU do!
And...Always be YOU!...Never try to be anyone else.
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