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Feeling worthless, incompetent, unloved and fearful are common feelings experienced by people with low self esteem. They may also be unrealistic about their abilities, suffer with negative thoughts, find themselves in destructive relationships and have views of self and others that others consider to be distorted.
Improving self esteem means you become more balanced about how you view yourself, are able to support yourself when you are feeling down, make decisions and relationships where there is a feeling of ease and satisfaction.
Your esteem develops from the relationships and experiences that you have throughout your life. It is something that develops and changes over time, so it can be a rather complex issue to explore.
Counselling and psychotherapy can offer a non-judgmental space for exploring the experience of low self-esteem and help you identify the areas in your life that need to be changed. Counselling will help you focus on finding positive ways to build your self-belief and develop your inner strength.