Self-Esteem for Introvert People: The Introvert Hidden Power: Accept Yourself through Cognitive Psychology Techniques, Overcome Social Anxiety and Fear to Express Your Full Potential.
You live in a world where Instagram, Facebook, and other media sites make it seem as if every beautiful soul is on one long vacation, has the perfect partner, has adorable and well-behaved children, lives in perfect health, has the perfect extended family, and has the perfect job and plenty of money. So, while you’re
You live in a world where Instagram, Facebook, and other media sites make it seem as if every beautiful soul is on one long vacation, has the perfect partner, has adorable and well-behaved children, lives in perfect health, has the perfect extended family, and has the perfect job and plenty of money.
So, while you’re looking at Facebook and Instagram, you start to compare your life to what you see on the media sites, and your life doesn’t seem to measure up.
The social media craze makes us feel as those we are inferior – that something is wrong with us because our life isn’t so rich, so full, so perfect. It can cause us to be discontented and conjure up feelings of disappointment in ourselves.
It can cause us to feel as though we have failed.
Some therapists believe and have shared that comparing your life with the lives of those on social media and elsewhere can lead to depression.
There are going to be earthshattering moments in your life where you will either be elated with joy or heartbroken.
There will also be those in-between moments when silence welcomes degradation as you will do anything to the void. If ill-prepared, you’ll find yourself drowning in self-pity.
On the other hand, take those in-between moments and use the time to reflect on all the wonderful things in life you are grateful for. Enlist a friend or find a group setting for support. It isn’t easy to reach out, but it sure beats the alternative.
This guide will focus on the following:
What is self-esteem?
Why self-esteem is so important
Consequences of low self-esteem
Self-esteem vs. Similar constructs
Healthy vs. Poor self-esteem?
Introvert to extrovert? It is possible!
Mental disorders regarding self-esteem
Being a person with other people
Goals and helpful ways to achieve them
Don’t compare yourself to others
Self-esteem influences every part of your life. But you don’t have to settle for only the negative. Maintaining healthy self-esteem results in higher confidence, satisfaction, and good decision-making abilities even after mistakes have been made.
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