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Understanding Self-Esteem

Self-esteem is the value and worth we place on ourselves. It is the belief in our abilities, qualities, and judgments. When we have high self-esteem, we believe in our ability to achieve our goals and handle challenges. On the other hand, when we have low self-esteem, we may doubt our capabilities and feel insecure.

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