The extent to which and ways in which people view themselves. People who view themselves favorably have good self-esteems whereas people who view themselves negatively have poor self-esteems. Self-esteem affects a person's behavior dramatically.
the basis of all life skills; the way individuals feel about themselves and how they believe others feel about them. It has been described as an awareness of one's worth as a unique and special person endowed with various attributes and great potential. A person's self-esteem can either be boosted or destroyed through the individual's relationships with others. High self-esteem tends to encourage healthy behaviour. Low self-esteem tends to encourage unhealthy behaviour.
A feeling about one's self-worth or self-concept. A positive self-image is the key to success for most people, children included. When a gifted child lacks confidence in his/her own abilities, no amount of outside motivation will turn them into a high achiever. Students with a high self-esteem believe in themselves. High achievement and high self-esteem go hand in hand.
1. How we feel about ourselves when we have self-worth. This feeling always improves vastly when one works an active program of recovery. Many of us - in fact, most of us_have discovered that we had low self-esteem when we first came to AA. 2. When we began to become more focused on others, we found our own self-esteem beginning to improve.
education. It is an education program that makes you feel more in control. You are in charge. (There is nothing wrong with feeling good about yourself. You are God's creation. But the biblical way to success is that we must decrease, and Christ must increase-John 3:30.)
How a person feels about herself or himself; pride in oneself. Self-esteem is linked to family traditions, language, social customs, economic background, and other aspects of one's cultural environment.