Why are you so self-conscious about your self-esteem?

It is a time of great change for many in India.

A new law has come into force to curb the practice of self-obsession in schools, and there is growing concern about the prevalence of cyber bullying.

And the trend is only going to get worse.

According to a new report by the Centre for Social Justice, only 21% of people in India feel they have self-respect as a person, and only 29% of adults feel they are good at relating to others.

The survey also revealed that India is the only country in the world where almost half of respondents (47%) believe the government is not doing enough to curb bullying.

This week, a new poll on India’s self- esteem was published, revealing that many Indians believe that they are above others and their sense of self is not only a result of social pressure, but also a result that comes from a distorted sense of identity and self-worth.

The poll also found that people have been questioning the legitimacy of their own achievements and achievements, with 47% of respondents saying they felt they are not proud of themselves.

The survey also found a worrying trend: the number of self esteem sufferers in India is rising rapidly.

As a result, it is not surprising that the government’s attempt to curb cyber bullying is having a negative impact on people’s self esteem.

According, to a recent survey, there were 7,000 respondents who had been bullied by another person.

Of these, 6,000 had self-harmed.

This is more than double the number who reported self-harming in the same survey a year ago.

The research also found the trend to be increasing: the rate of self harm in India rose by 50% between 2010 and 2016.

The trend is expected to continue, as the Indian government attempts to tackle the issue of cyberbullying.

It is not just India that is feeling the effects of the bullying problem.

It is also the United States, which has experienced a recent surge in bullying incidents.

This trend is especially worrying because bullying is a social problem, and it can be easily and easily exacerbated in the US.

In 2015, US states reported an estimated 3,700 bullying incidents, according to the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC).

The total number of bullying incidents in 2016 was 5,100, according the NCIPC.

In 2017, there was a rise of 6% in the number reported bullying incidents and in 2018 there was an increase of 19%.

The NCIPCC also reported that more than 7,800 Americans had been injured as a result from bullying in 2017.

The number of reported incidents of bullying increased by more than 50% in 2018, according NCIPCP data.

The US is no stranger to bullying.

According to a 2017 study by the US Department of Education, bullying was the most common type of bullying in American schools.

The US has a history of bullying, as well as a strong history of political correctness.

The study also found in 2017 that nearly three quarters of school districts in the United Kingdom had reported bullying.