1504-10-Self-Esteem

1504-10-Self-Esteem - SelfEsteem Outline The importance of...

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Self- Self- Esteem Esteem
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Outline Outline The importance of self-esteem What self-esteem is… and is not The paradox of self-esteem Toward a new understanding Dependent self-esteem Independent self-esteem Unconditional self-esteem Enhancing self-esteem
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Definition Definition “Self-esteem is the disposition to experience oneself as competent to cope with the basic challenges of life and as worthy of happiness.” Nathaniel Branden
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Of all the judgments we pass in our lives, none is as important as the one we pass on ourselves. Nathaniel Branden The greatest evil that can befall man is that he should come to think ill of himself. Goethe The Importance of Self-Esteem
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High Self-Esteem Mental Health Quality of relationships Success Social effectiveness Happiness
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Low Self-Esteem Anxiety Depression Psychosomatic symptoms Underachievement
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Nathaniel Branden — The immune system of consciousness Bednar and Peterson — Underlying cause of most emotional and behavioral problems California Task Force — Social vaccine
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Criticism Criticism Narcissism (arrogance and conceit) “The person who feels weak becomes a bully, the inferior person a braggart; a flexing of muscles, much talk, cockiness, an endeavor to brazen it out, are symptoms of covert anxiety in a person or a group.” Rollo May
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Criticism Criticism Narcissism (arrogance and conceit) Unrealistic evaluation (harms performance)
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