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Factors That Affect Self-Esteem

Several factors can affect a person's self-esteem. These include:

  1. Early childhood experiences and parenting styles
  2. Social interactions and relationships
  3. Life experiences and accomplishments
  4. Physical appearance and health
  5. Cultural and societal expectations


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