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  • Self-Esteem
  • Bell-Ringer
    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal…”
    What does this statement mean to you?
    Do you know where this statement comes from?
  • Self Worth
    Self-worthis the inherent value that everyone is born with.
    • We are all human beings, we all have worth.
    • Everyone has the same amount of worth.
    • Can’t be taken from you.
    • You cannot lose your worth, but you can lose sight of your worth.
    • We are all unique individuals with unique talents.
    • We all have something to contribute and we all have faults.
  • Mental & Emotional Health
    Mental/emotional health: the ability to accept yourself and others, express and manage emotions, and deal with the demands and challenges you meet in your life.
    Resilient: the ability to adapt effectively and recover from disappointment, difficulty, or crisis.
  • Characteristics of Good Mental/Emotional Health
    • Sense of belonging
    • Feeling close to those who provide you with support.
    • Sense of purpose
    • Recognizing you have value and importance as a person lets you set and reach goals.
    • Positive outlook
    • Seeing the bright side of life reduces stress and increases your chances of success.
    • Self-sufficiency
    • Having the confidence to make responsible decisions promotes your sense of independence and self-assurance.
    • Healthy self-esteem
    • Having healthy self-esteem helps you accept and recover from difficulties and failures.
  • Getting to Know Me
    • Worksheet + Discussion (10 minutes)
  • Self-Esteem
    Self-esteemis how much you value, respect and feel confident about yourself.
    Self-esteemis a combination of self-image, ideal-self, and Pygmalion-self.
    Self-Image: what we perceive
    ourselves to be
    Ideal-Self: how we want to be
    Hero identification
    Pygmalion-Self: our perception of
    what we believe other
    people think of us.
    I am not what I think I am
    I am not what you think I am
    I am what I think you think I am
  • Amy Video (1 minute)Social Mirror Activity
    • Completion + Discussion (10-15 minutes)
  • Self-Talk
    Self-talk is the encouragement or criticism that you give yourself.
    The Law of Positive Self-Talk states:  "You can change who you are by changing what you say when you talk to your mind.”
    Self Talk:
    Normal
    Emotional reactions
    Affects Self-Esteem
    Positive or Negative
    Replace negative thoughts with
    positive thoughts.
    Be optimistic about yourself, rather
    than pessimistic!
  • Factors Affecting Your Self Esteem
    Media (Dove Evolution Video) (10 minutes)
    Goal Setting
    Self-Talk
    Definition of Success
    Accomplishment
    Expectations
    (Realistic vs. Unrealistic)
    Work Ethic
    Attitude
    Family
    Friends
  • What messages is the media sending to men?
    What effect do these messages have?
  • What messages is the media sending to women?
    What effect do these messages have?
  • Ultimately,
    self-esteem is a choice.
  • Improving Your Self-Esteem
    • Choose friends who value and respect you.
    • Focus on positive aspects about yourself.
    • Replace negative self-talk with supportive self-talk.
    • Act in accordance with your values.
    • Work toward accomplishments rather than perfection.
    • Consider your mistakes learning opportunities.
    • Try new activities to discover your talents.
    • Write down your goals and the steps you will take to achieve them.
    • Exercise regularly to feel more energized.
    • Volunteer to help someone.
    • Accept the things you can’t change, and focus your energy on changing the things you can.
  • Paper on Back Activity
    • Completion + Reading + Discussion (15-20 minutes)
    • REMEMBER TO HAND OUT AND EXPLAIN THE COLOR TEST ASSIGNMENT!!