Increase your self-esteem by noticing feelings (1 minute read)

Increase your self-esteem by noticing feelings (1 minute read)

Increase your self-esteem by noticing feelings (1 minute read)

This post “Increase your self-esteem by noticing feelings” continues with how you can increase your self-esteem by getting to know yourself.

 

Increase your self-esteem by noticing feelings

Feelings are innate with the purpose to be our best compass needles. They tell us how we are doing and what we need and do not need. They can also be exaggerated when based on a somewhat distorted perspective of reality – such as fear in phobias.

We all benefit from paying more attention to our feelings and related thoughts.

 

Try this: 

Try to notice 3 times a day: morning, midday and evening, maybe in connection to meals:

  1. what feelings you are feeling, try to find at least three
  2. how strong each feeling is on a scale 1 = barely noticeable to 10 = extremely strong.

Common feelings to be aware of since they have strong impact on our wellbeing are: harmony/joy/love/happiness, sadness, irritation/anger, fear, shame, guilt, interest/curiosity/excitement.

More on how you can increase your self-esteem in the next post. See also the free blog or the course How to develop self-esteem and boost your confidence at https://jennyrappbefree.com

 

More information

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