313~365~Self-Esteem (Photo credit: Christina Ann VanMeter)

In abuse our self esteem is slowly beaten down and we begin to think untrue things like we are not worthy. Doing this over and over can help your self esteem turn around through repetition. I figured out that repeating good things about myself in a mirror to myself slowly got me to feeling differently about myself and soon I started to see that my self esteem was changing too.

Make a list of all your qualities, and don’t miss a single one out – you’ll find there are many of them. Remember all the compliments you’ve had in your life and add them. It’s a good way to start to believe in yourself again.

Post a comment below but here is what the comment should contain:
1. list one of your qualities that you think about yourself
2. Now list a quality that someone has told you about yourself.
((The only rule is to be nice to yourself))

5 thoughts on “Self-Esteem

    • There is alot to know about self-esteem Lawanna. Once your self-esteem has been lowered to lower than dirt it is really HARD to get it back. I am still working on it. I have my good days and bad days. On my bad days I feel like a 2 year old in a 41 year olds body asking for permission for everything (even though I know I don’t need to now). Abuse is a very complicated matter.

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