Low self-esteem in adults

Many of us tend to think that low self-esteem or lack of self-esteem, shyness, extravagance are traits we were born with. After psychological studies that dealt with the question: Are insecurities and low self-esteem innate or acquired traits?

It has been unequivocally proven that low self-esteem, lack of self-esteem, insecurity are acquired traits! While there is a connection between our personality structure and our response and inclusion to different situations in life, it can be said with certainty that the way we choose to respond is directly related to experiences. And sowed in us insecurity, low self-esteem and hesitation, which affect our functioning in daily life. Low self-esteem sabotages us in all areas of life and closes before us opportunities in different and diverse areas.

Negative self-esteem over time can create a vicious circle.

Strengthening self-image will bring immediate improvement in interpersonal communication, academic / professional achievement and outlook on life. The gloomy colors will be refined and the feelings of anger and frustration will make way for the bride’s feelings and love.

Signs of low self-esteem

  • Prevention of performing tasks / tasks – social, academic, experiences
  • Difficult self-criticism – common phrases “I’m not successful”, “I’m stupid”, “There is no point in trying – failure is known in advance”.
  • Difficulty making decisions – “I will apply for a job or there is no point”, “I will go to the class party or I will stay at home”
  • Fear of failure or success – People or children who have developed low self-esteem and low self-esteem will constantly fear the experience itself, regardless of its consequences (failure or success)
  • Self-cancellation for the benefit of the other – adults and children who experience low self-esteem, choose to give those around them a permanent grant, without acceptance or self-esteem for giving and its consequences
  • Lack of opinion or right to choose – a tendency to choose and act according to the expectations of others
  • Closure and tendency to depression and anxiety
  • The perception of reality as threatening and dangerous even though in practice reality contains and accepts