How to build your self esteem part 1
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I started listening to this book called The Six Pillars of Self Esteem by Nathaniel Branden after hearing about it on a podcast. I'm only through chapter one, but it makes sense. We need to know we have the capability of thinking, making decisions, just like anyone else. We are not stupid.
We need to believe we have worth, and that we are worth fighting for. When we don't believe that we don't try, and then say, "See I told you I couldn't do it" and spiral in the wrong direction. I'm interested to hear more. I'm surprised he hasn't listed what the six pillars are, but I'm still listening.
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