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Having self-confidence does not necessarily mean that you have self-esteem. Many people confuse the two. So what exactly is self-esteem and how do you know if yours is high or low?
Self-sabotage, negative self-talk, failure to ask for help, unnecessary guilt, failed relationships, all these things could be a result of low self-esteem.
Is your self-esteem the best that it can be? If not, these simple exercises can make a big difference.
Are you taking good care of yourself mentally? There are easy things you can do to keep your mental health in check.
Are you feeling lost in life? You're not alone. Turn things around by focusing on what you can control.
Is the lockdown getting the best of you? Chances are you are not looking at the bright side of social distancing. Here are a few simple things you can do.
Even though we do not plan for bad things to happen, they still do. But a bad situation is also an opportunity to practice resilience.
You don't need to justify your existence. Start your day by choosing yourself.
Rejection feels horrible and leaves you questioning your self-worth. In short, no one wants to go through it. But you should expose yourself to it—here's why.
Is keeping a dark secret weighing you down and making you feel lonely and misunderstood? It may be time for you to face your demons so you can move on.
Have you been running on empty? Chances are you are suffering from emotional burnout and you may need to take some time to reset. Learn five simple solutions for emotional burnout.
Sarah-Len Mutiwasekwa is a mental health advocate; her efforts are invested in breaking the mental health stigma and increasing awareness in Africa where culture is still a barrier towards the advancement of the cause.