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Secrets to Developing Self Esteem
According to statistics the number of self esteem related issues have risen drastically over the years. Whenever you feel less about yourself that is a clear indication that the level of your self esteem is declining. It is vitally important to boost up your self esteem to lead your normal day to day life. Dealing with self esteem issues can be challenging but these specified guidelines can help you enhance your self esteem.

Do something that you have been putting away for along time. Which means you have to make a decision and follow it through, it maybe a simple task like cleaning your purse, calling a friend or fixing a healthy and fulfilling meal.

Engage yourself in doing something that you are good at. So eventually you feel good about yourself. It will be very helpful if you engage in an activity that requires your fullest attention. Thereby making you forget about everything else. You could try dancing, swimming, running, cooking, etc. that way you feel more competent, accomplished, and capable of yourself which is a great antidote for low self esteem.

Low self esteem most of the time is accompanied by too much focus on the self. As told before take your mind off yourself, it will surely make you feel better in an instant.

Get yourself relaxed whenever possible. Try to do some meditation, Tai chi or yoga everyday. It will surely relax your body, mind and soul and is a 'rescue remedy' because when you are properly relaxed your brain is less emotional and your memory remembers good events and it works better.  Read More
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