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prison who has healthy self-esteem. Oh, yes, there may be the one
or two, or even a whole gang, who appear to have self-esteem, but
after digging deeper, you will likely discover that the self-esteem this
person appears to have is false. In fact, you will most likely discover
that the power this person appears to possess is relative to the level
of self-esteem this person does not posses.

There are many leaders who genuinely have high levels of
self-esteem. Usually, they are recognized more for what they don't
do rather than what they do.

Take someone like Donald Trump, for instance. I think, he is the
epitome of low self-esteem. He's cocky, yes. He's boastful. He's
arrogant. He's rebellious. He's smug. He is egotistical, overbearing,
and his self-importance is as large as his bank account. In fact, if you
took away his money, I think he would probably be nothing more
than a bloating bully.

It's very interesting watching people and determining whether they
have  self-esteem and to what degree. The signs are there for both
good and not so good self-esteem. Are there shoulders slouched?
Are the shoulders thrown back in arrogance? Does the person look
totally stressed out, depressed, or  nervous? Or do they look happy,
busy, and high spirited? Look at the eyes, the way the person wears
their clothes, the way they walk, talk, and carry themselves. The
signs are there.         

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Self-Esteem
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