SELF ESTEEM / SELF WORTH

SELF ESTEEM / SELF WORTH

As adults we have a tendency to rate our abilities and worth in relation to how we see others and/or how we think others see us.

We are normally our own worst critics and our negative views of ourselves can result in us having a low opinion of ourselves which in turn can lead us to setting ourselves impossible goals. 

Low self-esteem can present itself in many different ways. 

Some of the more common ways are striving for perfection, comparing ourselves to others, criticising our own work, not acknowledging our own needs, not asking for help when we need it.


HOW CAN COUNSELLING HELP WITH LOW SELF ESTEEM or LOW SELF WORTH?

When working with someone who is struggling with their self-esteem or self-worth I will offer them a non-judgemental, accepting relationship where they will be able to start to discover their own strengths and accomplishments. 

By challenging someone's negative view of themselves they will start to see things in perspective and begin to believe in themselves.

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