Self-esteem plays a vital role in a person’s emotional life. Generally speaking, this psychological attribute represents how we feel about ourselves, our bodies, our worth, and our relationships.
If you have healthy self-esteem, you think positively about yourself, and about life in general. Despite the challenges, you feel confident that you will overcome them. Plus, you know that you are valuable and can easily acknowledge and use your qualities.
But what if you tend to see yourself, the others and the future pessimistically and critically? What happens when you feel uneasy, depressed, sad, low, unworthy or unmotivated all the time? These are all negative feelings that come along with low self-esteem.