Importance of Education!!!

Importance of Education!!!

PARENTS! Let us talk about EDUCATION. I don’t have a degree. Only a silly diploma that gets me no where. I’m currently unemployed. And for months now I have been searching for a job. But guess what! I have over 15 years of working experience, most of it in management or senior management…but since i don’t have a tertiary education i am, it seems, unemployable. Work experience alone counts for little. In today’s world, having a degree but not having…

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Tips & Affirmations for Enhancing Self-Esteem

Tips & Affirmations for Enhancing Self-Esteem

1. Spend time with people who lift you up2. Giveback by helping others3. Celebrate your achievements, no matter the size4. Do what makes you happy5. Change what you can – and let go of what you can’t6. Let go of perfectionism ideals7. Speak to yourself like a friend8. Get involved in extra-curricula’s9. Own your uniqueness10. Create a positive self-dialogue. Affirmations are a great way to boost your self-esteem and, in turn, your overall well-being. There are tons of examples of…

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Examples of Self-Esteem Issues. Two Psychologist Explain.

Examples of Self-Esteem Issues. Two Psychologist Explain.

You people please You’re easily angered or irritated You feel your opinion isn’t important You hate you What you do is never good enough You’re highly sensitive to others opinions The world doesn’t feel safe You doubt every decision You regularly experience the emotions of sadness and worthlessness You find it hard keeping relationships You avoid taking risks or trying new things You engage in addictive avoidance behaviors You struggle with confidence You find it difficult creating boundaries You give more…

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What is Self-Esteem? Two Psychologist Explain.

What is Self-Esteem? Two Psychologist Explain.

Self-esteem refers to a person’s overall sense of his or her value or worth. It can be considered a sort of measure of how much a person “values, approves of, appreciates, prizes, or likes him or herself” (Adler & Stewart, 2004). According to self-esteem expert Morris Rosenberg, self-esteem is quite simply one’s attitude toward oneself (1965). He described it as a “favourable or unfavourable attitude toward the self”. Self-Esteem vs. Self-Worth Self-esteem is a similar concept to self-worth but with…

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