The important difference between self-esteem & self-worth (1 minute read)
This post continues with how you can feel better during this crisis by developing yourself and your self-esteem. There are important differences among self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth. People with high self-esteem and self-worth forgive their own and others’ mistakes.
People with high self-confidence but low self-esteem and low self-worth tend to reduce themselves to single events. They are therefore chasing visible success in most areas and are particularly vulnerable to a single setback. Self-confidence is neither sufficient nor necessary to have high self-esteem or self-worth. Instead, there is a risk of an endless search for validation and praise from the surroundings as an attempt to fill the hole inside where self-esteem and self-worth should have been.
Think about your self-esteem & self-confidence:
How do you handle set-backs?
Do you judge yourself harshly and take it personally or can you discriminate between an event and yourself as a person?
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