WHAT IS SELF-ESTEEM?

Good self-esteem is the basis of personal success. It is essential to develop a healthy personality.

It gives us the inner strength necessary to overcome personal difficulties, face the failures and problems that life brings us and progress in our maturity and personal competence.

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COGNITIVE DISTORTIONS

Cognitive distortions are:

  • They are bad thinking habits that we often use to understand reality in an unreal way.
  • They are instruments of pathological criticism against my self-esteem.
  • They are evaluating and inaccurate, since they only show one side of the issue.
  • They are based on emotional processes, not rational. 

Practical exercises: They're looking at me!

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HOW TO IMPROVE MY SELF-ESTEEM

We propose several practical exercises that will be very useful for you:

  • "My skills and weaknesses: 4 steps"
  • Day by day.
  • Two actions for today.
  • My goal of the month.

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SELF-CONCEPT

Inventory of the concept of myself.

Write down 3 aspects that you like and 3 that dislike your appearance, your way of interact, your personality and your professional competence.

Complete all sections. Think well what you write, not generalize, look for concrete and evaluable aspects.

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HOW DO YOU RATE YOUR LEVEL OF SELF-ESTEEM?

The Self-esteem Test will help you reflect on yourself and get to know yourself better.  Analyze your way of thinking about yourself and your self-esteem. 

Depending on the results, we recommend a series of exercises to improve the different aspects that make up Self-esteem.

BELIEFS

A belief is an idea or an interpretation of reality that is considered true by one who professes it without stopping to analyze its degree of truthfulness.

Beliefs are unconscious and a powerful influence on your behavior and your life without you noticing. For example:

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SELF-ESTEEM TEST

The Self-esteem Test will help you reflect on yourself and get to know yourself better.  Analyze your way of thinking about yourself and your self-esteem. 

The aspects assessed are related to these four factors: 

  • Self-concept
  • Cognitive distortions
  • Beliefs  
  • Goals

Depending on the results, we recommend a series of exercises to improve the different aspects that make up Self-esteem.