We all know that self-esteem, or self-respect, can sometimes be an essential part of success.There can be too little self-esteem for people to feel lost or discouraged. It can also drive people to make bad choices, become destructive, or struggle to live to their full potential. A strong sense of self-esteem, as shown in the narcissistic personality disorder, will certainly ignore others and even destroy personal relationships.Self-esteem at the extreme high and low ends of the spectrum can be detrimental, so ideally, a balance is best found somewhere in the middle. The ideal is typically a realistic but positive view of yourself. But what is self-esteem exactly? What is its origin, and what does it affect our lives?
The word self-esteem is used in psychology to describe an individual's overall sense of self-worth or personal value. In other words, how much you like and how much you appreciate it. Self-esteem is often considered a feature of personality, which means it is stable and permanent.
Self-esteem can include several attitudes, such as an appraisal of your personality, values, emotions, and behaviors.
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