Online therapy to improve self-esteem

What is self-esteem?

Self-esteem refers to the positive or negative idea we have of ourself.

This seems simple, but in reality, it is formed from our personal experiences, the relationships we are building throughout our lives and our experiences in the face of successes and failures.

Self-esteem can be changed: how do I want to view myself?

Self-esteem is not stable or static. It develops from our childhood and changes throughout our lives, even within short periods of time. Working on our self-esteem can help us get to know ourselves in depth and improve our relationships with ourselves. The work begins by asking: how do I want to view myself?

What are the main signs of low self-esteem?

Constantly comparing yourself to others.
Double checking every decision.
Feeling disgusted of your way of being.
Constant fear of pleasing others.
Intense insecurity about one’s own abilities.
Paying more attention to failures rather than accomplishments
Having a lot of toxic relationships (couple, family, friends …).

What are the effects of low self-esteem?

Low self-esteem can the cause of many problems, fears, and insecurities we face on a daily basis: relationship problems, problems relating to others, fear of expressing ourselves…

Low self-esteem can influence our every action, and make us feel uncomfortable with ourselves, thus making it difficult for us to express our feeling, make decisions and take care of ourselves and our relationships.

How can online therapy help me improve my self-esteem?

Therapy can help you identify how you define and value yourself. Working day-by-day can help you achieve a higher sense of security in yourself and get closer to the goals you want to achieve.

You may need professional to help improve your self-esteem if:

You usually pay attention to the achievements of others instead of your own
Nothing you do seems enough
You have a hard time facing new challenges because you’re not sure how well you’ll do
You review simple tasks over and over again for fear of doing them incorrectly

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