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Self Esteem and Self Worth

Self-esteem and self-worth are integral aspects of mental well-being. Self-esteem refers to one's overall evaluation of their own worth, capabilities, and significance. It involves feelings of competence, confidence, and acceptance of oneself. Healthy self-esteem allows individuals to navigate life with resilience, make decisions, and pursue goals with a sense of self-efficacy.

 

Self-worth, on the other hand, goes beyond accomplishments and relates to a deep, intrinsic sense of value as a person. It involves recognizing one's inherent dignity and deservingness of respect, irrespective of external validation. Cultivating a positive self-worth is crucial for fostering a strong foundation of self-love and acceptance.

 

Both self-esteem and self-worth are dynamic and influenced by personal experiences, relationships, and societal factors. Nurturing a positive self-image through self-reflection, self-compassion, and seeking support when needed contributes to a more fulfilling and resilient sense of self.

When you are ready to address your concerns related to these and many other related mental health issues, please contact the counselors at Same Time Next Week? Counseling & Consultation, PLLC. We have counselors with immediate openings and are ready to help.

www.sametimenextweektherapy.com | info@sametimenextweektherapy.com | Call or Text (817) 382-7130

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