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Boosting Your Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is often seen as a confusing issue. It doesn’t always relate to things such as how popular you are or how you look but more so how you perceive and begin to appreciate yourself for who and what you are.

Having a good level of self-esteem means that you can acknowledge both your strengths and your weaknesses and feel worthy for being exactly as you are. A lot of people struggle with this issue, so here are a few tips on how to boost your self-esteem.

Use healthy motivation habits

Motivating yourself to take action is one of the best ways to quieten your inner critic. Do this by reminding yourself of the benefits you will feel from following this new path of self-esteem, for example, getting into shape will mean you will be healthier and have more energy. It is important to focus on what you really want to achieve as this will make it easier to push through negative thoughts.

Try something new

Challenging yourself to try something new, however how big or small it may seem, is a good way to force yourself out of your comfort zone and into a state of mind that shouts “I can achieve anything.” Trying something new can be anything from starting a new hobby, attending an exercise class or a sport, travelling or even just making small changes to your daily lifestyle such as changing your eating habits. The important thing to remember is that your self-esteem will only grow if you do something that makes you happy.

Be realistic

Setting unrealistic expectations can discourage your progress for good self-esteem and cause a process of negative thinking about yourself that isn’t true. When you set realistic expectations for your life, you can work towards meeting these targets and then feel the emotional benefits once they have been achieved. Spending time with positive and supportive people can help you achieve these goals, especially if those people are in a similar mindset to you. Be wary of spending too much time watching TV or browsing social media if you feel that it makes you unsure of yourself and think in a more negative way although there are some social media platforms that promote positive self-esteem.

Don’t compare yourself to others

One of the main ways that people compare themselves to others is appearance, but this is something that can greatly damage your self-esteem. You should always be willing to adjust your self-image as a level of self-esteem based on an older version of yourself is not a true representation. Think about your weaknesses and how you can improve on them. Is your self-esteem lowered because you don’t feel physically fit? Are you struggling with self-esteem issues because of the way you look? These things can easily be fixed. Take up a physical activity that you enjoy and can improve in, be inspired by trends to find your style, eat healthier, change the way you look after yourself with a natural skincare routine and aim to stop any bad habits that may be bringing you down.


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