10 Tips for Improving Self Esteem

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10 Tips for Improving Self Esteem

– Start improving self esteem today using any one or all of these 10 Amazing Strategies!

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  • THE1
    May 25, 2016 at 3:55 am

    My self esteem was so high in high school I was the happiest person ever. Graduated 3 years ago and ever since then I’m not the same. I keep trying to remember the person that I used to be but I just can’t!

    • Flores Rivas
      May 30, 2017 at 2:05 pm

      we are always changing and evolving. we are not static, our personalities evolve over time. so youre probably not even the exact same person you used to be in high school. That being said, who you fundamentally are, down to the core of your spirit, is always pure and good. Get back in touch with who you are, a good person with all these new traits and life experiences. even the things we experience that bring us down make us stronger once we overcome them. So anyway, dont try to remember who you used to be in high school, focus on who you are now, and remind yourself that despite how bad you may feel about yourself right now, you are still a worthy person, even if youve changed and learned new things and become slightly different. Love who you are now

    • ladyi7609
      June 7, 2017 at 3:26 pm

      Honey, you don’t know anything about what it is to truly suffer from low self-esteem and feel like you’re always the one cast off to the side. You actually loved yourself in high school, so you know already this is just a temporary thing for you, plus you’ve only been experiencing these feelings for three years. Try suffering through these thought processes for thirty more years than that and imagine never feeling “good enough” and you’ll get something close to what I’ve gone through in my life. The tasks in this video will probably be a snap for you to accomplish. For me, OTOH, I don’t even know how to push past #1 on the list.

    • Flores Rivas
      June 7, 2017 at 5:50 pm

      ladyi7609 I’ve been in the same boat as you, from the ages of 6 – 24 (where im at now), so basically my entire life that I can remember. What youre saying is true to an extent, but because im in your boat, I know that it is just an attempt to get sympathy from others while feeling resentful towards others who “dont know what suffering REALLY is). There is a way to come out of it, I promise you, so no need to get down on yourself. Over the last 4 years, I have completely devoted myself to getting rid of my anxiety through any means possible. This took me down the road of spirituality (mindfulness, meditation and finding myself). What I’ve learned, and maybe this can help you discover what is holding you back, is that for the loooongest time, I was being way too nice to people, and thats what gave me anxiety. My anxiety was my body’s way of telling me that there was a gap between who i was and who i was trying to be. I know now that the root cause of my anxiety was an incident when I was 6 years old where my parents basically berated me and made me feel like I was a bad person (like a future killer or a psychopath). Even though it wasnt true and they were just projecting their own insecurities onto me, I believed them and spent the next 20 years trying to be super nice to everyone all while at the back of my mind i subconsciously was carrying around a belief that people would think there was something wrong with me and that I was somehow dangerous. all of which caused me anxiety. It has only been recently that I’ve finally gotten to know myself and why I do the things that I do that I’ve learned that no, im not this messed up person and no, I dont have to try to be so nice to everyone to mask up my insecurities and beliefs. And now I feel confident because I dont feel like I have to go around pleasing everyone while tossing my own values and beliefs out the window to make them think that I was okay. My story may seem super weird, but its what I’ve learned and I’m sharing this with you and everyone else who may read this because I know what its like to suffer this way, never being true to yourself and always wearing a mask. Your anxiety is trying to tell you something, most likely that youre not being true to yourself in some way due to some old limiting belief you have about yourself. Feel free to message me if you have any questions

    • shanthi carol
      June 29, 2017 at 12:23 pm

      Flores Rivas ,

    • shanthi carol
      June 29, 2017 at 12:32 pm

      Flores Rivas , its called as dual minded. its called as unstable mind in the Bible. I try to pray to God, Jesus Christ to overcome this. we should dig about our personality disorders and keep praying about it. At the same time it is very important not bother about what people think about us. I have seen happy people are those who don’t go to think or care about what others think of them.

  • Zebo Rakhimdjanova
    July 15, 2016 at 7:43 pm

    Oh gosh comparing myself to others is my biggest weakness

    • Echo Blossom
      February 5, 2017 at 2:02 am

      Me too!!! I actually think I have no talent because my friend is

      -A better artist than me
      -A better singer than me
      -A better poet than me
      -Skinnier than me

      The only thing that I have is better grades, and NO ONE except for my parents appreciate my grades, and that hurts. everyone is always acknowledging her amazing art, but NO ONE CARES ABOUT MY GRADES. I’m just useless. She will always be 10× better than me.

    • Zebo Rakhimdjanova
      February 5, 2017 at 7:28 pm

      +Echo Blossom Never mind that. You could be a better person than her. Keep that in mind 😉 Don’t always compare yourself to her. Keep your chin high just like hers, and people will start to notice and appriciate that and respect you 🙂

    • Echo Blossom
      February 5, 2017 at 8:07 pm

      Zebo Rakhimdjanova Thanks

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    • Little Myers
      June 10, 2017 at 9:31 am

      Zebo Rakhimdjanova same

  • abdulla alkhanaizi
    September 5, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    I always feel that I don’t have any skills and I have no hobbies or I can’t stand practice the hobbies I like due my depression and I don’t have any friends Because I am gay and I live in a bigot country I don’t know what to do and how to get the hell out of this country and live free and happy

    • abdulla alkhanaizi
      October 29, 2016 at 7:13 pm

      i am from Bahrain currently finishing my Bs in Saudi Arabia..
      i am considering asylum but not very in favor of it ,, i hate to be thrown in a camp or to wait for months and follow with paper work and at the end i might not get it…

    • The Odd Dish
      October 29, 2016 at 9:05 pm

      +abdulla alkhanaizi this is uk mate they wont throw you in a camp prob give you a flat or houseshare bedsit etc give you money (benefits) etc we look after people over here and every one is free to be who or what they want no discrimination.

    • PrizeHunter
      November 22, 2016 at 12:29 am

      The Odd Dish ajahajaj biggest lie ever they send u back to africa with a little kids boat and some bread for 1 day

    • The Odd Dish
      November 22, 2016 at 3:39 am

      +PrizeHunter nope

    • abdulla alkhanaizi
      November 26, 2016 at 9:45 am

      +PrizeHunter why would they send me to another continent? XD

  • Fenyx zella
    November 30, 2016 at 4:47 pm

    this is sooo hard to do. i have a low selfesteem.

  • Gözde Tak
    December 3, 2016 at 8:09 pm

    Don’t let other people make you feel unworthy. You’re worthy, there is no other person that is worthier than you, it is your life! You don’t need to please others or you don’t need to be approved. You just need to remember and find your true self. Don’t forget your dreams! When you were a child, you had dreams. You built those dreams, goals, because you were believing in yourself. However, as the years pass we let other people to ruin those dreams, we don’t put boundaries. We do not only give more value to other people than they deserve, but we also don’t respect the person who we actually are. When you have self respect, no one can make you feel worthless, because you will believe in yourself. When you believe, there will be no choice for others except seeing your value and respecting it. And don’t forget, if you love yourself, you dont let other things that make you feel sad or worthless come into your life. Don’t try to fill emptiness by giving control of your life to external factors. Fill this emptiness by loving, parenting, taking care of yourself, and your life. So that, not synthetic happiness that is linked to other people but true happiness can come into your life by loving yourself. In this way, when you’re happy, you will not be afraid of being unhappy again because you will have yourself!

  • Money Manziel
    January 1, 2017 at 11:36 am

    make myself great again

  • Funtime Freddy
    March 13, 2017 at 6:52 am

    It’s hard that when your self Esteem is so low, you kinda just give up on trying.

  • Dank Smurf
    April 12, 2017 at 1:27 am

    my self esteem is so low by comparing people and their life and comparing to mine but im working on my self esteem..

  • Sumi lemontree
    April 24, 2017 at 9:58 am

    I ave such a low self esteem

  • Jon Smith
    May 2, 2017 at 5:15 am

    Dude sounds too effeminate for me to listen

  • PixelBucket {Razor The Fox}
    May 11, 2017 at 1:49 am

    I’d be so much happier and self confident if I could just burn off those cursed man boobs and double chin. I work out for an hour every day and I can’t lose any weight. I’m seriously considering just eating one meal a day, and over the summer, I do plan on going to a gym so I can burn off the fat.

  • Bista Sanjana
    May 13, 2017 at 8:52 pm

    great video

  • Aseel Aziz
    May 16, 2017 at 9:45 am

    This is a very helpful video. When I was in college I used to read and do helpful things for myself and I was confident and happy I didn’t think too much about my self esteem but after graduation I stayed unemployed for a long time which made me feel bad about myself. It seemed to me that everyone had a goal but me. I realized that having too much free time with nothing to do isn’t fun as it sounds.

  • rodel doren
    May 25, 2017 at 11:16 pm

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  • rodel doren
    May 25, 2017 at 11:16 pm

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  • Dhaval Patel
    June 2, 2017 at 4:26 pm

    10 Tips mentioned IN this Video
    1-Stop Comparing Yourself
    2-Keep Your Thoughts Positive
    3-Accept all compliments with thank you
    4-Feed yourself with positivity
    5-Associate with supportive people
    6-list your past sucess
    7-celebrate your qualities
    8-Do Good For Others
    9-Find your passion
    10-Be you and Dont”t Applogize

  • ladyi7609
    June 7, 2017 at 3:37 pm

    The one thing on this list I already have in my life is having supportive friends. I managed to achieve that through learning via my dad’s death that life is too fragile and short to settle for inadequate “friends”, so I started weeding out the people who were bad for me and stuck with those people who liked me for who I was/am. Even now I’m more than ok with regarding former friends (and people who I’m only FB friends with due to having been so-called “friends” in the past) with great disdain. But those people are the only ones I feel that way towards, and while I’ve made significant progress in narrowing the scope of people who “trigger” my inferiority complex (including some people you’d think I would envy), I still have a tough time with not negatively comparing myself period. It is the toughest task ever, in fact, and something that will probably get me stuck at #1 for a very long time.

    Also complicating things is that I feel that I don’t have but maybe two years to fix this because I don’t want to start the process of dating to find a future mate/partner until I’ve fully worked on my self-esteem and my biological clock will probably end within the next ten years, narrowing my window of opportunity to become a parent (which is one of my ultimate dreams and something that also requires a healthy self-esteem). But this list seems very useful and I will return to it once I’ve figured out how to push past that whole “inferiority complex” thing.

  • Shanique Downer
    June 12, 2017 at 1:20 am

    I cannot think of a time in my life that I never had low self esteem, the short moments I have ever felt confident were exceptions. I really wish I could change this…..but after 27 years is this even possible?

  • noa rijnaard
    June 29, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    I keep compairing myself to others,my toughts are mostly positive,I don’t like receiving compliments cause I’m pretty shy,I exercise alot just to feel energized (I practice my dance in the house when no one is around),I’m affaid of asking questions cause I’m affraid of the answer (like “no” or “your dumb”),my ex-best friend had a negative influence in my life (she always told me what to do,she told me I was dumb and that I couldn’t do anything,she made me feel mad when she did all these things dough….) at first her “funny” quotes about me were “sarcastic” but the longer I knew her the more I was thinking that they weren’t jokes,she really meant all those things….

    Conclussion: It’s her fault I have low-self-esteem…

  • Emmanuel Chavali
    June 30, 2017 at 11:32 am

    Great video, thanks so much! What I find also helps is taking care of your needs first like your appearance, what your wear and how you look. If you look great, you’ll feel great too!

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