Lack of faith in oneself - Performance anxiety - Anxiety - Limit setting/Saying no - Isolation - Relationship problems - Depression
Low self-esteem is about having faith in yourself and that you are worth something just as you are, that you respect and care about yourself as equal to other people.
If you feel that you have to perform something to feel worthy in a certain context, then you are probably also that person who keeps customising other’s needs and wishes all the time. You might have problems with saying no and are probably pleasing others to make them like you.
Low self-confidence is when you don’t believe you can do what you want - that you think you lack the abilities to do what you actually want to. Maybe you feel limited in your unfoldings and never get yourself together to do what you are dreaming about; find a new job, ask for a raise, invite someone on a date or similar. You can also experience that your self confidence fails when you are speaking in larger assemblies or in front of an audience you don’t know.
It can be difficult to understand your negative self-image and knowing how to deal with the obstacles that arises.
If you wish to be yourself and do what you want to without wondering so much about what others think, it might be a good idea to get help by writing with one of our many mentors who have experience with these issues about low self-esteem and low self-confidence.
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