“The beauty of human beings lies in their capacity to accept who they are”
How we view and think about ourselves and the ability we have to do things has a significant impact in how we conduct ourselves in life. If we think that we are not able or we believe we are unworthy, this will directly impact our choices and our interactions with others. Self-esteem is often associated with negative body image and low confidence.
Self-esteem issues can be carried from childhood or can be developed later in life as a consequence of an abusive relationship, bullying or any other significant negative event facing an individual. Seeking help with an experienced psychologist to address the issues of self-esteem and confidence is essential to prevent the development of other mental health issues such as depression.