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How to Boost The Self-Esteem of Those You Love

Published on 11/8/2017
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How to Boost The Self-Esteem of Those You Love
Hi!
 
I often write about self-esteem.
 
That's because it is something that I am passionate about and because I know that it is one of the topics that my readership is most interested in.
 
Everything that happens to you is a reflection of what you believe about yourself. We cannot outperform our level of self-esteem. We cannot draw to ourselves more than we think we are worth.
So today I'd like to answer a question that quite a few of you have sent me:
 
How do you raise the self-esteem of the people you love?
 

What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
 It has been there, deep down, all along just waiting for us to find the courage to reveal it. It has and always will be an 'inside' job.

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Well, raising one's self-esteem is mostly an inside job. It is about seeing and valuing yourself in a new and more positive and helpful way. So it is not something someone else can do for you (or you can do for someone else).
 
Though I do have a couple of suggestions for how you can start encouraging such a change in someone you care about.
 
1. Appreciate all kinds of things. 
 
Think about what you can appreciate about your friend for example, and be sure to express it to this person.
 
Now don't just focus on achievements in school or at work. That can easily lead to her not feeling so good about themself if they are not getting things done and working hard all the time.
 
No, also appreciate ther other fine qualities too. That they are kind. That they are a good listener. That they are funny, enthusiastic about odd but wonderful things or have a great taste in music or books.
 
And appreciate the things about them that you and others may sometimes take for granted. 
 
Help them see how wonderful she is overall as a person.
 
2. Be constructive and supportive when they stumble. 
 
If your friend or partner stumbles then stay away from criticism and being judgmental. 
 
Instead, be constructive and supportive to them. Listen and let them vent about their failure. Yet also ground them and help them see that it is not the end of the world and that there are things he can do to improve the situation.
 
This will help them to open themself up to taking more chances and going for what they deep down dreams about.
 
3. Know how your own self-esteem works.
 
I have found that if you know how your own self-esteem works and how to practically improve it then it becomes a lot easier to help someone else with it too.
Now, this doesn't mean that you have to push the advice onto someone else.
 
Though if they ask you can share a tip or two. 
 
Or you can simply share what you did in a similar situation that he or she is now in and maybe that can start some positive, self-kind and constructive thoughts in his or her mind.

Disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and important, although often challenging,
is the high road to pride, self-esteem, and personal satisfaction.

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 Live in a such a way that if anyone speaks badly of you, no one would believe it.
Have a kind and helpful Wednesday!
How to Boost The Self-Esteem of Those You Love
Share with me what your thoughts on this are. What are you willing to do, TODAY< to step up and stand in your greatness?
 
 
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