Heís Not That Into You, Because Youíre Not Into Yourself! (1010 hits)
May 3rd, 2012 - By Liz Lampkin
Is being confident relevant to oneís existence? Does it make a difference in having low or high self-esteem? What exactly is self-esteem? Self-esteem is the realistic respect, or favorable impression a person has of themselves. It is who one believes they are, believing in their abilities, or the lack thereof. It is also who one believes they can be or desire to be. Self-esteem or the lack of comes from within and is revealed in the way a person walks, talks, their style of dress, the way they interact with others, etc.
A personís self-esteem is a key part in who they are, who they will become, and what they will do. It starts developing as a child, and continues to develop as an adult. The relationships we encounter, the people we surround ourselves with, our parents, community, etc. all play an intricate part in the initial development of self-esteem.
Sometimes, a womanís self-esteem is molded by a manís opinion of her, and not what she thinks of herself. Most women are motivated to stay fit, enhance their skills (cooking, cleaning, etc.) and primp and press for the approval of a man, rather than for self-fulfillment. Not only is a womanís self-esteem based on what a man thinks of her, but itís based on the opinions of those that surround her (family, friends, co-workerís, etc.).