Everyone has a right to feel good about who they are, but it is normal from time to time to have some negative thoughts. These negative feelings of self-esteem often are triggered by events that have occurred earlier in your life. It may be that when you were a child you were told that you behaved badly or weren’t smart enough. When something happens that reminds you of these feelings, you can relive them. When feelings of low self-esteem become frequent, it can result in a barrier to living life to the fullest, trying new things, and achieving personal and professional goals.
Tips to help improve your self-esteem:
Low self-esteem can be caused by many things including, mental health issues, substance abuse, or years of negative self-talk. If you believe you may have low self-esteem please contact the Lawyer Assistance Program for free, confidential assistance. We would be happy to work with you to help you improve your self-esteem.
Please call the Lawyer Assistance Program for free, confidential counseling at 410.685.7878 x3041 or 800.492.1964. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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