Resolving disagreements in a healthy way creates understanding and brings couples closer together. The objective should be the betterment of the relationship.
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The world is moving fast, and none is keeping up. So we blame and beat up ourselves and lose self-respect in the process.
Projection is a defense mechanism commonly used by abusers, including people with narcissistic or borderline personality disorder and addicts.
Receiving a medical diagnosis can cause your self-esteem to take a hit. Here’s what to do if that happens to you.
Codependents have difficulty letting go. Breakups affect our self-esteem more than it does for people who are secure and confident.
We all need positive self-esteem
Here are three things you can do to re-energize your batteries.
I know that this is a phase and I am not giving up, especially knowing how far I’ve come.
When we compare our life with the glitzy images of success we see on social media, it’s easy to feel mediocre and second-rate. But, as life coach Hans Schumann explains, the chase to become extraordinary may end up doing more harm than good.
Here is a simple thing that you can do to reinforce your motivation and self-confidence.
My guide to introspection.
People give many explanations for staying, ranging from caring for young children to caring for a sick mate.
An “imposter” really feels unqualified in comparison to other candidates―wants the position, but is half terrified of getting it.
We have to be kinder to ourselves.
Comparing yourself to other men is basically a way of ensuring you always set yourself up to fall short of your expectations.
Self-affirming actions can be challenging for codependents, because they have an external locus-of-control.