An Unconventional Approach to Confidence
Confidence isn’t gained through taking action. Confidence is gained by changing the story of who you think you are.Self Esteem: Your Self-Image Depends Upon Who You Believe You Are
Let’s try an experiment to test out how you feel about yourself. Assume you are standing in front of someone you want to love you very much.Life With Acne
Acne can be embarrassing, many teenagers and adults struggle with coping. It is easy to feel that you don’t have control over your breakouts. But the fact is, you do.Ten Reasons to Consider Self Help
This article gives you ten questions to ponder. Answer them honestly and you may then give yourself permission to get Self Help books, courses, videos, training. Too often we consider it a weakness to seek help. It is actually a strength to recognize the need for some assistance in living life. Give yourself permission to grow and become all you were meant to be.Stop Comparing Yourself With Others
Remember that competition is necessary, but it is not a fundamental aspect of the human nature. And ‘Comparison’ is obsolete for your growth, because eventually, everything is bound to wear out and change.Letting Go of Criticism
For most of us criticism and judgement have become a habit we are unable to break. In order to really love ourselves we need to be able to reduce or stop being so self critical and judgemental.
Learn how to stop masquerading as someone with high self-esteem by changing this one thing. Embrace your true power through this new awareness.How to Develop Self-Esteem at a Young Age
Self-esteem is often regarded as the most important personality trait on which other positive behavioral characteristics are based. Inculcating self-esteem during a child’s growing age could be difficult and daunting, but with these time-tested tips you can easily help your child to build confidence and self-respect.How Words Can Hurt Just As Much As Sticks and Stones
We all know that being hit can really cause pain. The old rhyme “sticks and stones can break my bones but words can never hurt me” is just a plane old lie for many people who are biologically more sensitive and its important to understand why.Are You Overwhelmed, Or In Control?
Nearly every individual faces challenges and obstacles on a regular basis. We generally must determine whether we decide to opt to reduce our stress, and thus control our own destiny, or to let circumstances control and dictate to us, and thus become a reactor rather than an actor, letting circumstances overwhelm us by succumbing to these stresses. The reality is that there is no such thing as a stress – free existence, because without stress we cannot truly exist.Children’s Self Esteem
A lot of people think that self esteem is a complex emotion. They think that children are unaffected by it and that they are not mature enough to understand its concept. At some level it can be assumed that children don’t understand the concept of self esteem but to assume that they don’t experience it can be considered as an uneducated and ignorant behavior at best. Like all other emotions, self esteem is a fundamental emotion and it affects everyone irrespective of their age.
Being downhearted about what “goes wrong” in life is never the answer. I know, I have had a lot of reason to be downhearted and suffering. But, the way I look at it, good cheer should be maintained because it develops strength and magnetism. Let me tell you how in the terms of organic physics.Sin Is Not Real
If the Christian view of the atonement truly works and erases the act of the “sin” and the pain associated to the sin, why do people still have regrets? If a person has regrets, forgiveness has failed to do its job. Why does forgiveness fail? Let’s consider the opposite. Why does forgiveness work? Did Jesus, Buddha, Muhammad, or God take away the guilt and shame? In one word, NO. I believe it is the individual’s belief that guilt, shame, blame, and unworthiness can be transmuted. In other words, the individual changed his or her perception of self-misery or self-loathing into joy and self-love by believing it was possible. The individual used positive thought or the mind to change his or her reality.Become Your Own Source of Support, Love and Motivation
You can heal your own life. I love Louise Hay’s book, “You Can Heal Your Life”. That book has helped me tremendously in healing my own life. It was given to me by someone who loved me and wanted to see me living my life as a victor and not as a victim to my family and abusers. It is a book that I will recommend to anyone, female or male who is going thru a difficult life. This is an especially great book to read if you are not ready to go to a Professional Therapist.