Self esteem refers to a positive overall evaluation of oneself – a feeling that one iscompetent to cope with life’s challenges and worthy of happiness Self concept is Self esteem is what what we think we feel about about ourselves ourselves
Of all the judgements we pass in life, none is more important than the judgements we pass on ourselves. – Nathaniel Branden To wish you were someone else is to waste the person you are. Its not your job to like me...its MINE! - Byron Katie No one can make you feel inferior without your consent – Eleanor Roosevelt
Being spoken Being to listened to respectfully ExperiencingBeing Praised Healthy success Self Esteem
Being Being beaten, yelle expected to d at or be perfect ignoredBeing harshly Experiencing criticized or failures ridiculed Low Self Esteem
Although early life experiences have a major impact on self-esteem, experiences in adult life also play a role.
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Attain legitimate accomplishments: Person develops Person esteem-like achieves the feelings goal Person pursues the goal Person establishes Persons must also a goal engage in behaviours and make choices that are worthy of esteem.
Be aware of personal strengths Minimize settings and interactions that detract from your feelings of competence
Talk and socialize frequently with people who boost your self esteem. Model the behaviour of people with high self esteem.
Self confidence is assuredness in one’s personal judgement and abilities. Self efficacy refers to confidence in one’s ability to carry out a specific task.
Self confidence results from 5 sources of information: 1. Personal experiences, or things we have done. 2. The experiences of others, or modeling. 3. Social comparison.
4. Social persuasion – the process of convincing another person. 5. Emotional arousal – how you feel about events around you and how you manage your emotions.
1. Take an inventory of personal assets and accomplishments. 2. Develop a solid knowledge base.
3. Use positive self-talk. State the incident/ Interpret what the State what it does problem incident does not mean objectively mean Identify positive Account for the Use positive self ways to prevent a cause of the talk reoccurrence incident 4. Avoid negative self talk
4. Use positive visual imagery5. Set high expectationsfor yourself
6. Strive for peak performance 7. Behave as if you feel confident 8. Bounce back from setbacks and embarrassments
9. Strive to develop psychological capital – a state in which you have hope, self-efficacy, optimism and resilience. 10. Avoid overconfidence