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3. Low Self-Esteem

3. Low Self-Esteem

- Individuals with low self-esteem may be more prone to negative self-talk. This negative dialogue reinforces their beliefs about their worth and capabilities.


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Negative self-talk can be a common behavior for various reasons, though it's important to note that it's not something people inherently "like." Instead, individuals may engage in negative self-talk due to several underlying factors

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