A healthy self esteem arises from believing in yourself and your abilities rather than relying on the approval of others. It takes time to build skills but with schooling and training. One leaves with skills and training for life.
so it means
attitude always matters
and it is gonna help in self esteem
We are all important but sometimes we need a little help feeling worthwhile. Self esteem is not always easy for everyone but with a little work you can feel better about yourself. read more
by S Lynn Mitchell 2 years ago
Do you think promiscuity and low self-esteem go hand in hand?I have seen many woman randomly give their most precious possession (their bodies) to anyone that would take it. I'm not one to police ANYONE'S sex life, but I can't understand why a woman would risk pregnancy, communicable diseases, and...
by Moira Garcia Gallaga 4 years ago
Any tip to help teenage girls overcome insecurities and build self esteem?
by steffsings 8 years ago
I was recently studying Mark 12:28-31 which calls us to Love God with our whole being, AND ALSO to love our fellow man "as ourself". How can someone who does NOT love themselves (low self esteem) treat others well? SIMILAR ISSUE: Can we be both humble and also have enough love for...
by Ken Crow 7 years ago
I want to start a discussion because, frankly I feel as though low self-esteem is a major problem today. 1. How did you overcome low self-esteem? 2. Do feel that by being a Christian aids in the recovery from suffering from low self-esteem? 3. Do you feel that praising children encourages that...
by Madison 7 years ago
I was asked this question today by another site. Can you be happy and have low self esteem at...the same time? My ans is, I don't think you can be fully happy. What is your answer?
by Sandria Green-Stewart 9 years ago
What is the difference between confidence and self esteem?
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