Self esteem is a subjective value of a person based on how they feel about themselves and their relationship to others.
Good self esteem is an objective value of the person based not only on their behaviour but also on their appearance, social interactions and relationships with others.
There are many different types of self esteem that can be measured and gauged by a variety of different metrics.
It is important to realise that self esteem can be a highly subjective value.
For example, a person may be very positive about themselves, feel very confident in themselves and may not care about others but still have low self esteem.
The key is to understand how to measure your self esteem to determine if you are living in a good self esteem environment.
It can be difficult to pinpoint the right level of self-esteem to start living in, and many people feel that they are too low, so it is important that you are able to recognise the signs of low self- esteem and to take action to increase your level of it.
The good self-respect level is based on your sense of self, how others perceive you, your relationships with other people, how you feel about yourself, how well you interact with others and whether or not you are happy with your life.
The more self esteem you have, the more self-confidence you have and the better your self-worth.
To achieve the right self-acceptance level, you should: Be able to identify your own self-efficacy and how you perceive others’ perception of you, and