What is self-esteem? Self-esteem is a big problem that everyone on this planet deals with at some level, and it all comes down to wanting to be loved and not feeling like we are enough.
��What is self?
The self is the subject of one's own knowledge of phenomena: grasp, passion, idea. In phenomenology, it is imagine as what experiences, and there isn't any experiencing without an expertise, the self. The self is therefore an “quick given", an idiosyncratic dimension of the fact of experiencing phenomena. In some other tendency of philosophy, the self is instead seen as needs a reflexive grasp of oneself, the individual person, meaning the self in such a view is an object of cognition.
What is self-esteem?
Self-esteem is an evaluation of one’s self adopted by one which impact the way one thinks about him/herself.
Possessing little self-regard can lead people to become bored, to fall short of their useful, or to endure abusive circumstances and relationships.
Too much self-love, on the other hand, results in an preponderate sense of entitlement and an disqualification to learn from failures. (It can also be a sign of clinical narcissism.)
Perhaps no other self-help topic has spawned so much advice and so many (often conflicting) theories. Here are our best insights on how to strike a balance between accurate self-knowledge and respect for who you are.