- To have self-esteem
- To have self-respect
- To have self-acceptance
- To have self-confidence
Self-esteem has notable effects on one's brain.
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Self-esteem can only be measured through self-assessment questions, as it is a solely subjective experience, mindset, and feeling.
- Overall, I have a strong sense of self-esteem, self-acceptance, and self-respect.
- I am a person of worth.
- I have a number of good qualities.
- I am not a failure.
- I am able to do things as well as most other people.
- I have much to be proud of.
- I take a positive attitude toward myself.
- I am satisfied with myself.
- I have good respect for myself.
- I feel useful.
- I never feel useless.
- I never think I am no good at all.
- I am confident in myself.
- I accept myself.
- I love who I am.
Ideally every human should
- Have a strong sense of self-esteem, self-acceptance, and self-respect
- Understand personal self-esteem needs
- Track self-esteem needs weekly and/or monthly
Fulfill personal self-esteem needs
- Set weekly and/or monthly goals based on personal self-esteem needs
- Build and maintain a healthy sense of self-esteem, self-acceptance, and self-respect
Be intentional about setting aside the time you need to build your self-esteem, ensuring you have the healthy sense of worth and value you need.
Try to measure your self-esteem needs weekly or at least monthly.
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