Looking for Self Esteem Therapy?
Do you need self esteem therapy to help you improve the way you feel about yourself? The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines self esteem as ” a confidence and satisfaction in oneself .”
Self-esteem beings to form in early childhood, shaped and influenced by the following:
- Your thoughts and perceptions
- How others react to you
- School, work and community experiences
- Issues related to health ( illness, disability or injury)
- Culture, religion, as well as role and status in society
Relationships are especially important to self-esteem. How you are treated by your parents, brothers, sisters, peers, teachers and other important relationships can either help or hurt your self-esteem. (source: Mayo Clinic on Self Esteem
Find the following self esteem quizzes and some articles on how to boost self-esteem:
Self Esteem Quiz for Teenagers
Self Esteem Quiz for Kids
Self-esteem: 4 steps to feel better about yourself -If you have low self-esteem, harness the power of your own thoughts and beliefs to change how you feel about yourself. Start with these four steps to a healthier self-esteem. Read more…
If you haven’t been able to improve the way you feel with these self help articles and need self-esteem therapy, we encourage you to contact us for a free phone consultation at 973-902-8700.
We hope you find this self-esteem information helpful.
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