People with low self-esteem are likely to –
Maslow's hierarchy is most often displayed as a pyramid. The lowest levels of the pyramid are made up of the most basic needs, while the most complex needs are at the top of the pyramid. He believed that there are 3 deficiency needs at the bottom of the pyramid and satisfying them is important in order to avoid unpleasant feelings or consequences. These are –
Growth needs do not stem from a lack of something, but rather from a desire to grow as a person. These are –
Generally speaking, the growth needs need to be fulfilled before the deficiency needs can be met.
People with healthy self-esteem are likely to –
Self-esteem levels at the extreme high and low ends of the spectrum can be harmful, so ideally, it's best to strike a balance somewhere in the middle. A grandiose sense of self-importance, on the other hand, can be off-putting to others and can even damage personal relationships. This is known as –
Comparisons with others on social media is likely to affect one’s self esteem
_______ refers to the positive (high) or negative (low) feelings that we have about ourselves. This is determined both by our own achievements and accomplishments and by how we think others are judging us.
You give a presentation in Class that is liked by your classmates and appreciated by your teacher. However, there are a few people in your Class who didn’t pay attention during your presentation and said that they did not like it. This causes you to think exclusively about your shortcomings and ignore your positive qualities and accomplishments. Or, you dwell on the positives and overlook the negatives. This type of mental trap that causes your self-esteem to fall is –
When someone genuinely compliments you, you may tell yourself they’re only saying that to make you feel good. This distortion in thought makes you feel bad about yourself, it is called –