Confidence, insecurity, self esteem - Tips
Tips for coping with insecurity and low self esteem
Would you like some tips and advice on how to deal with lack of confidence, insecurity, low self esteem?
This forum is a great place to:
- explore several tips.
- respond to tips / share your experience.
- share the tips that work for you.
What's your tip how to deal with lack of confidence, insecurity, low self esteem?
Tip 1 - See it in perspective and work on your self-esteem
See it in perspective and work on your self-esteem.
Nobody can be the best, funniest, smartest and prettiest. Also you not. Don't expect that from yourself.
Maybe you're not the best, funniest, smartest or prettiest, but you are unique with a lot of qualities and definitely worthwhile!
Tip 2 - Keep a positivity diary
Keep a positivity diary in which, each day, you will write down something positive you have done or something positive that happened to you that day.
Tip 3 - Find a counsellor
Are your experiencing lack of confidence, insecurity or low self esteem and could you use some support?
A therapist or counsellor can help you.
Tip 4 - Do a relaxation exercise
When you feel fear (of failure), do a relaxation exercise. By relaxing, your fear will increase. A relaxation exercise can get a different form or shape depending on the place or the person.
Tip 5 - Strengthen your sense of self
Strengthen your sense of self
When you want to upgrade your self esteem, work from outside to inside. So start with your outside. Where something that gives you the feeling you look good.
Look at yourself in the mirror. You have to be the one that is satisfied, that's the point. You will see how fast this will have an effect. And not only for women...
Tip 6 - Think and act greater than how you feel
"When feelings become the means of thinking, or if we cannot think greater than how we feel, we can never change. To change is to think greater than how we feel. To change is to act greater than the familiar feelings of the memorized self."
(In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, Dr Joe Dispenza)
Tip 7 - A sincere apology is a sign of maturity
Did you know that low self-esteem can make it difficult to apologize? When we aren't confident in who we are, an apology seems like a sign of weakness.
But the truth is, people with high self-esteem more readily apologize, and apologizing can actually enhance your self-esteem. People generally respect a person more who is willing to take responsibility for his/her own failures. As people begin to respect and admire you more and more, then you start to feel better about yourself.
On the other hand, those who try to hide or excuse wrong behavior will almost always lose the respect and affirmation of others.
A sincere apology is always a sign of maturity, not a sign of weakness. Apology opens the door to forgiveness. And forgiveness means that we can continue to grow in our relationship. It's never too late to learn to apologize.
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Jessica | 25 sep 2018:
Very professional and understanding
Anthony | 11 jul 2018:
An excellent counsellor
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