Confidence and Self Esteem

People who have low self esteem or lack in confidence may have experienced this for a number of years; the beliefs can be deep rooted. The origins of low self esteem may come from negative life events, emotional or physical or sexual abuse, discrimination, trauma in childhood, unhelpful/negative thinking.... the reasons are many and varied. 

The relationship between low self esteem and mental health has been considered for a number of years. Low self esteem is not categorised as a mental health disorder, however it can have an impact on your health and is closely linked with anxiety, depression and a number of personality disorders. 

Mind.org.uk states that our self-esteem is how we value and perceive ourselves. If you have low self-esteem you may feel:

  • Like you hate or dislike yourself

  • Worthless or not good enough

  • Unable to make decisions or assert yourself

  • Like no one likes you

  • You blame yourself for things that aren't your fault

  • Guilt for spending time or money on yourself

  • Unable to recognise your strengths

  • Undeserving of happiness

  • Low in confidence.

Having low self esteem or low confidence will also impact your daily life:

  • ​You may struggle with relationships (find it hard to make friends)

  • You may struggle with your work (education or employment)

  • It may limit you in what you believe you deserve or can achieve (limiting beliefs)

  • It may bring on bouts of anxiety, anger or depression

 

There are many things you can do to help yourself and we have lots of free resources that will give you some tips on what to do.  

There are many techniques we use that will help you increase your confidence and self esteem. If you would like to know how we can help you can book an initial consultation with us.

Cheadle United Kingdom SK8 5EU

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