“Life is way too short to spend another day at war with yourself.”
Is it Time to Tell Your Inner Critic to Sit Down and Shut UP?
What is low self-esteem?
Low self-esteem (LSE) consists of a lack of confidence, negative thoughts about self, and feeling badly about oneself. People with low self-esteem often feel out of place, unwanted, incompetent, unlovable, and less than others. Often LSE is misunderstood by many people including professionals and thought of being secondary to other mental health issues. However, many times LSE is the root cause of other issues such as emotional, psychological, relationship, and personal issues. Therefore, treatment must be focused on LSE to be effective.
It is entirely possible to overcome low self-esteem! There are two key components to combating LSE. The first component is to stop your critical inner voice (thoughts) and start challenging and re-framing the thoughts into positive and neutral thoughts. The second component is to start practicing self-compassion. Together, we rebuild your self-esteem and I teach you how to combat LSE by using the key components.