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Encouraging Thoughts to Help Improve Your Self-Esteem



Encouraging Thoughts to Help Improve Your Self-Esteem  Thoughts that inspire exploration and reflection (again, compliments to my beautiful therapist)

Happiness can be defined in many ways, but what IS it that gives us this wonderful sensation that emanates from deep within ourselves? The answer comes from deep within.

Self Esteem or Self Respect is not given to use through praise, gifts or attention. It’s about ourselves learning how to do things for ourselves, how to be responsible for who we are and for what we do, and it’s about gaining skills and respect for ourselves by living up to challenges.

RESPONSIBILITY is a combination of two words

RESPONSE and ABILITY…..able to respond to what happens not a victim to 524063_327108844044851_730525170_n  MEVcircumstances but able to make decision on our own.

When we sense that we are being able, we feel proud. In other words, WE are responsible for our own happiness which thrives when we stop wanting things outside of our control.

THINK!! How much do you let things outside of your control define your happiness? A good question to ask yourself, “Is this MY problem or someone else’s?”

How can you improve your self-esteem?

  • Give yourself compliments instead of relying on others
  • Learn how to receive compliments. Don’t reject them
  • Do something you know you’re good at and then congratulate yourself
  • Try something new, then congratulate yourself for your courage
  • Accept all of your feelings and think before you act on them
  • Give positive comments whenever you feel it is welcomed


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If you are in a relationship that is violent, and remember violence is not just physical but also mental and emotional, then seek help when you are able.  Seek out local resources in your area such as the Domestic Abuse Shelter. The most dangerous time for a the victim in a violent relationship is when they try to leave.  It is scary, but there are people who can help. The Hotline is a national domestic violence help line. Their number is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).


Domestic Abuse Helpline Services for Men and Women
24-hour hotline operated by staff and trained volunteers to offer information and crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence. They provide information about the issues concerning intimate partner violence.  Referrals to community resources. Resource directory for the country including where to find (if available) “male victim friendly” resources in your area. Assistance in filing protection from abuse orders (where available).

Crisis Hotline: 1-888-7HELPLINE  (1-888-743-5754)


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Originally posted 2013-01-26 17:03:22. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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