Unfortunately, so many today have low self-esteem. This can be caused by so many factors such as the unrealistic and negative messages we receive from the media or may have been received from our childhood. In fact, we could record negative messages and attitudes about ourselves from a lot of people and events throughout our lives. However, most of us are negative and self-reliant in our lives. We cannot control the thoughts of others or many events in our lives, but we certainly have control over our own thoughts and beliefs, and what we choose to tell ourselves. Here are some tips that can help you improve your self-esteem:
1. First, become aware of the negative and self-reliant things you say to yourself. Imagine that these thoughts don't help you. They keep you back from feeling positive about you and keeping you away from everything you deserve in your life.
2. The next challenge these thoughts. To help you with this, imagine what you would say if your child or best friend was saying these hurt things about themselves? Remember, you understand the same gentle care and love.
3. Make a list of positive and healthy self-validation and often read the list. You can't believe them at first, but remember you're just planting a healthy new seed. It will take time for them to grow.
4. Before going to bed, create a gratitude list. Make a list of everything you thank and are grateful for (about yourself and your life).
5. Everyday, challenge yourself to looking for positive things in everything (including yourself, people, and circumstances).
Think of these tips as important exercises to help you build your self-esteem. Remember to do them daily … you understand! As always, you desire great love and many blessings!