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How to Improve Self-Esteem | IQ Matrix Blog

Premium Poster     How to Use Map     View Free Maps The following is a how-to guide with an accompanying mind map that explains step-by-step how to improve your self-esteem. Are You Suffering from Low Self-Esteem? Are you lacking the self-confidence and self-belief you need to make your own way in this world? Is this destroying your spirit and preventing you from moving forward in the way you had once imagined? There are many people who suffer through periods of low self-esteem, and often for many different reasons. Continue reading

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Emotional Development and the Self Esteem in Children | Child …

Many theorists have suggested the emotional development of a child, or the core of one’s self esteem needs to be understood and fostered at home and in the classroom.Teachers and parents should focus on children’s emotional development or the feelings that generally have both physiological and cognitive elements which influence behavior (Feldman, 2000, p. 329), at a young age.These feelings need to be positively reinforced to develop a high self-esteem through out the child’s life.Most theorists agree that there is a link between a child’s development and their respective emotional levels. The views of the theorists also clarify the most influential stages in a child’s life when emotional development is necessary and how this development reinforces a child’s self esteem. A child’s emotional development needs to be built at home and school in order to develop a high self-image.By the time a child is three years old, he or she is an emotionally complex person who has experienced a wide range of emotions. Continue reading

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Anorexia: How to stop worrying

It is easier to shield our bodies against the harmful arrows from without than to protect our minds from the poisoned darts within- Shakyamuni Anorexia is a very debilitating disease. While it looks like there is a physical problem, the real problem is the one we cannot see with our eyes but the one we can see with our heart. As hard as it is to accept, choosing not to eat is a way to deal with difficult emotions.Most eating disorders are the same. Eating (too much) or not eating (at all) is the solution to worry, to fear, to shame, to confusion, to failure and to guilt, and gradually, the simplest strategy seems to be to shut down the desire for food.I do not know if you have ever fasted for fun, for health or for weight loss Continue reading

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