Literature

Self-esteem in Children

Self-esteem refers to the manner in which a child sees him/her self in relation to how other people see them. It is not a complex concept in the sense that self-esteem stems from knowing one’s self and how others perceive us. Self-esteem however is far from being simple because the level or kind of self-esteem […]

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Self Esteem Example #2

There are different explanations on how thoughts, feelings and behaviors of people affect a high or low self esteem using the Rogerian perspective in psychology. In the Rogerian perspective, the concept of self esteem is an important psychological element (of the self) that needs to be looked into. “Roger’s ideas about the self implied that […]

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Self Esteem and Satisfaction in Romantic Relationships

Self-esteem is a widely studied construct in psychology. It has even gained popularity over time, and spilled into the mainstream media. While it is a widely known concept, it has come to encompass an array of attitudes, not all of which are accurate (Crocker & Park, 2004). However, before detailing into an account on self-esteem, […]

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The Self Within

Nowadays confidence is determined by the means of how well you know your self and how to portray the true you. With all the criticism and standard of others, it is hard to portray well ones’ true self or identity. A person can be confident enough to be his or her true self regarding how […]

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Children’s Care: Learning and Development

1. Children and young people that are self-confident, assertive, self aware and that have high self-esteem are less likely to be vulnerable to abuse. In order for children to feel safe and protected they need to feel good about themselves. A child with high self-esteem will do better in many aspects of development. All child […]

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Stereotypes and Self Esteem

In today’s society weight plays a major role in how a person is perceived. It also plays a major role in how we perceive ourselves. Attitudes towards body images and weight have remained consistent. Thinness is easily accepted while overweight people tend to be stereotyped. Millions of women every day are faced with what the […]

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Intra And Inter-Personal Competencies

I have a classmate, Sammy. She is decided of having several problems among Intra- and Inter-Personal Competencies. I have done a number of researches on the problems and they will be discussed in detail by further studies. The three main problems that Sammy may be suffered are low self-concept, negative thoughts and poor family relationship. […]

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High Self Esteem

“This academic preoccupation is substantially matched by interest among the public at large, and not just among those people, doctors, teachers and social workers who might be expected to show a professional interest in the human psyche. In their everyday lives people routinely treat the notion of self-esteem as an intelligible basis for explaining their […]

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Research Essay on Self-Esteem

The word “self-esteem” comes from the Latin aesimare, which means “to estimate or appraise”. Self-esteem thus refers to our positive and negative evaluations of ourselves (Coopersmith, 1967). There are two social psychological theories which explain why all of us need to have self-esteem. One theory, proposed by Mark Leary and his colleagues, is that people […]

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Self Esteem

Self-esteem is how you feel about yourself. How people experience their self-esteem can vary over time and be dependent on certain life events, such as a job loss, relationship breakup, or poor grades, which can temporarily lower one’s self-esteem. It affects everything you do. Many people lack positive self-esteem because of negative feelings they picked […]

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