Some might say that at the heart of most therapeutic issues is low self-esteem (LSE).  LSE seems to impact most people, even those who might appear confident.  But what is it exactly, and why does it affect so many people?

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It is important to make the distinction between LSE and a lack of confidence.  A lack of confidence relates to our capabilities in some respect, for instance an individual may feel confident in their work but unconfident in other areas of their life.  So it relates to how successful we feel about what we can do.

 

On the other hand, LSE is about an individual’s core beliefs about themselves.  Our self perceptions develop as we grow, they are impacted by our relationships and experiences and affect the overall opinion we hold about ourselves.  We receive implicit and explicit messages from our environment, which form self appraisals and judgements, and these affect our self worth and value.  When we hold negative self-perceptions, we are talking about LSE.

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