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Specializing in Women's Issues:
Self-Esteem Issues
Stress and Anxiety
Depression vs Sadness
Weight Management
Co-dependency
Anger Management
Emotions Management
Loneliness vs Aloneness
Mental and Emotional Abuse
Physical Abuse
Rape, Sexual Abuse, Incest
Sexual Identity Issues
Post-Traumatic Stress
Conflict Resolution
Unresolved Grief from Loss
Family of Origin Issues
Relationship Issues
Domestic Violence Issues
Specializing in Women's Issues:
Self-Esteem Issues
Stress and Anxiety
Depression vs Sadness
Weight Management
Co-dependency
Anger Management
Emotions Management
Loneliness vs Aloneness
Mental and Emotional Abuse
Physical Abuse
Rape, Sexual Abuse, Incest
Sexual Identity Issues
Post-Traumatic Stress
Conflict Resolution
Unresolved Grief from Loss
Family of Origin Issues
Relationship Issues
Domestic Violence Issues
How does it feel when you read these words? Is there anyone in
your life toward whom you have these feelings? Do you highly regard
this person? Do you cherish, admire, and appreciate this person? Do
you love, honor, and treasure this person?

If there is such a person in your life, hold an image of that person in
your mind's eye for a minute. Really feel all of the wonderful feelings
you have toward this person. Are there others in your life for which
you feel these feelings? How does it feel to think about them? How
does it feel when you are in their company? How does it feel to be on
some common level with them?

Now think about yourself. Do you have these feelings toward
yourself? A few? Some, but not all?

When you have healthy self-esteem you will experience most of
those feelings toward yourself and many more.

So, let's take a look at self-esteem? What is self-esteem?

Self-esteem reflects your overall emotional evaluation of your own
worth. It is a judgment of yourself as well as an attitude toward the
self. Self-esteem encompasses beliefs about yourself. A positive
belief may be, "I am a good person, "I am competent." A negative
belief may be, "I can't do anything right." "I'm stupid, ugly, and
unlovable."
Self-Esteem