Self-Esteem Assessment


Depression if often a sign of low self-esteem

Do you or someone you know suffer from low self-esteem and confidence? Thankfully, there is a solution.

Psychologists agree if you (or someone you know) experience any combination of the following characteristics, you may suffer from low self-esteem:

  1. Social withdrawal and seclusion
  2. Anxiety and emotional agitation
  3. Lack of social skills and confidence
  4. Depression and bouts of sadness
  5. Eating or sleeping disorders
  6. Inability to accept compliments
  7. Obsession over what others think of you
  8. Self neglect and the inability to put yourself first
  9. Second-guessing yourself
  10. Low expectations of yourself
  11. The inability to see yourself accurately
  12. Constant focus on the negative

Additionally, psychologists agree that fear and anxiety are the foundation of low self-esteem and people with low self-esteem suffer from one or many of the following kinds of fear:

  1. Fear of doing something that will validate their inadequacy.
  2. Fear of other people seeing what they’ve done and recognizing their inadequacy.
  3. Fear of losing what one has.
  4. Fear of never reaching or sustaining success.
  5. Fear of abandonment.
  6. Fear of experiencing humiliation, depression, or devastation.

If you, or someone you know, experience any or all of the above, you may need help in building self-esteem and confidence.  Thankfully, there is a solution.  Learn to see yourself as God sees you by studying his Word about WHO you are and WHOSE you are.


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