self-esteem

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NOUN
  1. a feeling of pride in yourself
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  • A person today who seems to have a great sense of self-esteem has his or her childhood days to thank for it. Stephen Richards 
  • Self-esteem is the need to feel good about oneself and self-actualisation is the need to reach one's full potential.
  • We have had reports from a high percentage of attendees that their levels of self-esteem and confidence have increased considerably.
  • Naturally, the narcissist is attracted to the codependent's lack of self-worth and low self-esteem.
  • Such thoughts reduce self-esteem which leads to depression and which can finally culminate in suicide.
  • Frequently the behaviors associated with dependency are also associated with poor self-esteem.
  • Thomas, by his own admission, was extremely negative and had low self-esteem.
  • A good self-esteem level is mostly dependent on how we value ourselves without any bias. Stephen Richards 
  • Being forced to do both farm and household work, she is torn between her self-esteem and her husband's chauvinistic attitude.
  • Success is not about money or position - it is about personal satisfaction and self-esteem.
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