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who have low self image, and low self esteem, are unhappy

with whom they are in life. Things that are done well are

often taken for granted. Where as mistakes are heavily

looked upon. One's position in life and previous

experiences can also add to negative feelings. Constantly

being told you're headed no where or that you're nothing

but a failure can lead to a low self esteem and low self

image. There are many things that can be done to raise self

image, and self esteem. Responding to criticism positively is

very important. If someone points out a flaw in something

you've done, strive to fix it. They are not trying to belittle

you. They are just helping. Be positive and confident in

yourself, and listen to your own opinions. What you have to

say is just as important as anything else anyone has to

share. Hard work to improve the things you're not good at

is another way that can help you feel better about yourself.

Finally always remember your only human, you can't be

perfect at everything you do. The process that I have

created to help resolve mental and emotional issues

consists of two steps. First it is very important to get your

emotions out. Expressing your feelings through poetry or

drawings are two ways to resolve mental and emotional

issues. If you don't feel artistic, try to let your feelings out

through other means. Let your anger out on a punching bag

or even a basketball court, rather than repressing it.

Sigmund Freud labeled repression as the number one




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