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An overview self esteem - arise raabi dreams


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In psychology, the term self-esteem is used to describe a person's overall sense of self-worth or personal value. In other words, how much you appreciate and like yourself. Self-esteem is often seen as a personality trait, which means that it tends to be stable and enduring.

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An overview self esteem - arise raabi dreams

  2. 2. WHAT IS SELF ESTEEM? • Self-esteem is the degree to which one feels confident, valuable, and worthy of respect. • It exists on a band from high to low. • People with high self-esteem often feel good about themselves and their progress through life. People with low self-esteem often feel shame and self-doubt. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  3. 3. AGE • Self esteem seems to be high during adolescence stage • Changes in financial status and physical health may account for the much of this decline. • Among seniors over 60, self-esteem declines sharply as people continue aging. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  4. 4. BODY TYPE • Children who are overweight or obesity frequently experience bullying. These youths are more likely to experience low self-esteem both during childhood and later in life. • They may also have fewer friends during childhood. Social separation can also contribute to low self-esteem. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  5. 5. GENDER • Across cultures, women tend to report lower self-esteem than men. This trend seems to be most pronounced in Western cultures. • Indian scenario we seem the reverse order. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER
  6. 6. HEALTH STATUS • Humor, community involvement, and positive in group stereotyping were linked to higher self-esteem. People who kept their conditions secret or put lots of effort into disproving negative stereotypes often had lower self-esteem. ARISE TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTER