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Self -Esteem

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  1. Self -Esteem

  2. Small Group Tasks Get in groups of 2-3 students. Brainstorm ideas on what YOU BELIEVE can effect your level of self-esteem. Make a list of both positive and negative. Brainstorm ideas on what you think can be done to help improve self-esteem.

  3. Influences on level of self-esteem at home Positive Negative

  4. Influences on level of self-esteem at school/social situation Positive Negative

  5. Self-Esteem • Is the way people feel about themselves. • It is a feeling and cannot be directly observed, but reactions from how people behave and react can be noted.

  6. High Self-Esteem • Proud of their accomplishments • Act independently • Assume responsibility easily • Tolerate frustration • Approach new challenges with enthusiasm • Take positive risks • Resist peer pressure • Set and reach goals • Make good decisions • Treat other people with respect

  7. Low Self-Esteem • Avoid situations that evoke fear or anxiety • Demean their own talents • Feel unliked or unwanted. • Blame others for their failures • Are overly influenced by others. • Become easily frustrated • Feel powerless

  8. Tips for building Self-Esteem • Listen closely to what you say about yourself. • Make a list of your strengths or accomplishments. • Take responsibility for what you do. • Speak positively about yourself and others. • Reward yourself when you do well. • Try something new. • Set a goal to improve a weakness.

  9. Tips Continued… • Accept the things you can’t change, and focus your energy on changing the things you can. • Volunteer your time to help someone. • Consider your mistakes learning opportunities.

  10. The Development of Self-Esteem • Self-Concept – a measure of how one views oneself. • Interpreting messages from others – ex: you are fun to be around or you always complain. • Constructive Criticism – good advice on how to improve yourself. • Only you have the power to control your self-esteem.

  11. Improving Your Self-Esteem • Use positive self-talk • Integrity – the characteristics of doing what one know is right. • Acts with integrity • Choose supportive friends • Accept yourself • “Until you accept who you are, you will never be happy with what you have.”

  12. How does Media affect your self-esteem? • Think about advertising and how it makes you feel when you see models? • DOVE real beauty

  13. Body Image & Self-Esteem • Self-esteem and body image are intimately connected. • Body image includes the way people view themselves as well as the way others view them.

  14. Assessing Your Self-Esteem • How many of these item describe you? • People generally like me. • I am comfortable talking in class with others. • I like to do new things. • I am popular with people at school or work. • I can depended on . • I often express my views. • I think I am doing OK with my life. • I feel good about what I have accomplished recently.

  15. Assessing Your Self-Esteem • I give in very easily. • I’m a failure. • I’m shy. • I have trouble making up my mind. • My life is all mixed up. • I often feel upset at home. • I often wish I were someone else. • I often worry.

  16. Assessing Your Self-Esteem • Add up the numbers of items you checked. • Your score: • 12-16 high self-esteem • 8-11 moderately high self-esteem • 4-7 moderately low self-esteem • 0-3 low self-esteem