Increase your self-esteem by confronting your inner critic (1 minute read)
This post Increase your self-esteem by confronting your inner critic continues on the theme of how you can feel better during this crisis. You can do this by developing both your self-esteem and your self-confidence since they are interconnected.
The previous post was about your amazing body being a miracle, actually working and is beautiful as it is. Therefore, it is important to also confirm your appearance. If you are like most of the people I meet on a daily basis, this exercise: reading aloud to yourself your positive traits, features and what you are proud of, usually awakens various degrees of discomfort.
Increase your self-esteem by confronting your inner critic
This post is about something very important. Something that separates people with good mental health from those with periods of unnecessary psychological despair: the presence of a stern inner critic. In order to strengthen one’s self-esteem, it is very important to be very careful about how you talk to yourself and describe yourself. Often, we are not aware of this.
Once again, read your list of your beautiful features, positive traits and what you are proud of. If you hear an inner negative voice, write down literally what you hear.
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