Self-Esteem

Sel Esteem


Do you find yourself trying to prove something or impress others? Do you frequently use others for your own gain? Are you frequently arrogant and have contempt towards other? Self-esteem occurs in conjunction with a person's thoughts, behaviors, feelings and actions. It's how you perceive yourself and the way you perceive yourself greatly influences how you live your life. Individuals with low self-esteem generally lack confidence in themselves, often have doubts about their worth and acceptability, and are reluctant to take risks or expose themselves to failure.

They frequently blame others for their shortcomings rather than take responsibility for their actions. A close relationship has been documented between low self-esteem and such problems as violence, alcoholism, drug abuse, eating disorders, school dropouts, teenage pregnancy, suicide, and low academic achievement. Improve your self-esteem by attending one of our groups with people dealing with the similar issues.



You will learn how to: 

√ Replace negative thoughts with positive ones. 

 Build rapport and have effective communication skills. 

 Be aware of your negative thoughts. 

 Recognize and explore your important aspects of your life. 

 Identify troubling conditions or situations. 

 Challenge negative or inaccurate thinking. 

 Adjust your thoughts and beliefs.