• 21 SEP 18
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    Why is Self-Esteem important?

    Why is Self-Esteem important?

    Why is building and being able to maintain high self-esteem so important?

    Life becomes simpler and lighter.
    When you like or love yourself more then things simply become easier. You won’t make mountains out of molehills (or out of plain air) nearly as often anymore. You won’t drag yourself down or beat yourself up over simple mistakes or over not reaching a perfect and inhuman standard.

    You’ll have more inner stability.
    When you like yourself more, when your opinion of yourself goes up then you’ll stop trying so eagerly to get validation and attention from other people. And so you become less needy and your inner life becomes much less of an emotional rollercoaster based on what people may think or say about you today or this week.

    Less self-sabotage.
    Most people’s worst enemy are themselves. By raising and keeping your self-esteem up you’ll feel more deserving of good things in life. And so you’ll go after them more often and with more motivation. And when you get them then you’ll be a lot less likely to self-sabotage in subtle or not so subtle ways.

    You’ll be more present in a relationship.
    With better self-esteem you’ll get the benefits listed above. You’ll be more stable and able to handle tough times better. You’ll be less needy and more of a natural giver. Being with you becomes simpler and a lighter experience with a lot less drama, arguments or fights based on little or nothing. And all of this is attractive in any relationships, not matter if it is with a friend, at work or with a partner.

    You’ll be happier.
    That has been my experience and it is why I write so much about self-esteem and why I value my own self-esteem so highly and try to keep it steady every day. Because it has made my life so much happier.

    So those are some of the most important whys. If you need help getting in touch with your self-esteem: MAKE AN APPOINTMENT

    • SELF-ESTEEM GROUP

      Self-esteem affects your attitudes, your expectations, your decisions and your performance.  It also affects your career decisions.

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