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Wikipedia’s definition of self-esteem is as follows: In
sociology and psychology, self-esteem reflects a person's
overall subjective emotional evaluation of his or her own
worth. It is a judgment of oneself as well as an attitude
toward the self. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about
oneself, (for example, "I am competent", "I am worthy"), as
well as emotional states, such as triumph, despair, pride,
and shame.

Self-esteem includes both “I” statements, such as, “I am
competent” and “you” statements, such as “you can do
anything you want to do” that we tell ourselves.

I talk a lot about energy - - the personal energy of each
person, both positive and negative, that I think all living
things possess. The statements above appear to be
positive, the positive energy making the person who made
those statements feel good about his or her self.

The way we feel about ourselves is all about how we feel
about our world. Taking the first sentence above,
Self-Esteem Issues
Stress and Anxiety
Depression vs Sadness
Weight Management
Empty Nest Syndrome
Anger Management
Emotions Management
Loneliness vs Aloneness
Mental/Emotional Abuse
Physical Abuse
Rape, Sexual Abuse
Sexual Identity Issues
Post-Traumatic Stress
Conflict Resolution
Unresolved Grief
Family of Origin Issues
Relationship Issues
Domestic Violence
Women's Issues:
Lee Davis
Counselor/Coach, Author, Lecturer
Please note that on some devices it appears as though
there is a double entry, but there is not.