Would you like to increase your self-esteem?
Psychologists use the term self-esteem to describe whether someone likes themselves or not.
Self-esteem is an individual's subjective evaluation of their own worth, involving beliefs about oneself and emotional states, such as pride and shame.
Goals included being nice to yourself, remembering no-one is perfect and that everyone makes mistakes. Also focusing on what you can change and what makes you happy.
Effects of Low Self-Esteem can be:
Eating and food issues, depression, social anxiety, co-dependency and self-harm.
You take criticism too personally, you are afraid to contribute your opinion in conversation, you rarely (if ever) feel "unselfconscious", you hyper-obsess about your relationships, when setbacks hit you self-defeat, you’re chronically indecisive.