The most common symptoms are:
Lesser-known symptoms are being a workaholic, and either overachieving or underachieving.
Causes of low self-esteem are often traced back to negative early childhood experiences, such as frequent punishment or neglect, chronic abuse, bullying, and lack of affection.
We form our bottom line (how people treat us) in childhood. Based on the bottom line, we form our "Rules for Living," which are strategies for dealing with life.
The five basic needs are physiological, safety, love and belonging, esteem, and self-actualization.
To focus elsewhere, it can be summarised as follows:
As you equip yourself with the skills to fulfill the above needs, you'll forget about self-esteem. Then, one day, you'll find you've become a confident person.
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