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What is low self-esteem? What causes low self-esteem? by David M. Posted Mon 10 Jun 2013 5:00am Is self-esteem related to confidence? Self Esteem Low self-esteem, despite all the talk we hear about it is not a specific mental health diagnosis. Low self-esteem does co-exist with several mental health issues including depression and anxiety. While it is hard to define precisely it is easy to see in practice and if you have s ... Read on »
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Body Image Issues Are One Cause of Low Self Esteem by MariasLastDiet.com Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 04 Mar 2013 5:00am Does appearance matter? It shouldn’t. Judge a person by who they are and not what they look like. That should be the way. But it’s not. Appearance certainly does matter. Everyone knows that. There is how you see yourself, and there is how others see you. Then there is also how you believe other people see you. When you think your appearan ... Read on »
Does Low Self-Esteem Cause Weight Gain Later on in Life? by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 15 Sep 2009 10:01pm For one reason or another at some stage in our lives, some of us do or do not whichever the case may, be end up being overweight or in extreme cases obese. There can be many reasons for this lots of people eat to much food for lots of different reasons, they may be bored, depressed etc and we can tend to seek comfort in food. One of the reaso ... Read on »
Do Others Tune You Out? Addicted to Stats Checking? Could Low Self-Esteem Be the Cause? by Laura Y. Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Dec 2008 11:02am Have you ever felt like others are quick to pass you by or seem to disconnect when you are conversing with them? Do you find yourself continually checking Match.com, e-mail, social networking sites and blog stats to see who has found you? I'd like to offer you some points for reflection which may be painful for some and prove irrelevant for oth ... Read on »
How to cure low self-esteem – 19 ways to higher self esteem by David M. Posted Tue 27 May 2014 5:00am By David Joel Miller Ways to boost your self-esteem Don’t feel good about yourself? Here are some ways to solve the low self-esteem problem. 1. Stop putting yourself down – negative self-talk causes low self-esteem If you tell yourself you … Continue reading → Read on »
Success does not cure low self esteem by David M. Posted Tue 25 Jun 2013 5:00am Racking up the successes may make your low self-esteem worse not better Success and Failure You would think that people with a string of successes to their credit would feel good about themselves. Often this is not the case. Olympic caliber athletes get depressed even suicidal; professionals in many fields suffer from low self-e ... Read on »
Low self-esteem ’shrinks brain’ ... by passion4living Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:22pm Low self-esteem ’shrinks brain’ (What?) It's amazing what neuroscience studies are discovering, although the possibility of repetitive negative thinking causing diminishing brain function and size may not be all that surprising to healers. In addition to lack of proper diet and exercise, the long term effects are rather frightening to c ... Read on »
Effects of Low Self-Esteem on Health by agapelife Registered Nurse Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:54pm “ One of the greatest disease is to be a nobody to anybody” Mother Teresa of Calcutta All my years, in the education and health occupations and in my various volunteer assignments, I have found the effects of low self- esteem present in many victims of physical disabilities or disease and sometimes, it could be the residue of the disease o ... Read on »
Are You Among the 85 % of People With Low Self-Esteem? It Can Lead to Weight Gain & More by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 20 May 2010 12:00am Did you know that a whopping 85 % of people suffer from low self-esteem? So, if you're having challenges kicking your bad habits such as sugar addiction, you could be among the more than 85 percent of people, who lack high self-esteem. In other words, MOST of us don’t have the high self-esteem we need to attract abundance ... Read on »