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Impact of Low Self-Esteem. Presented by: James J. Messina, Ph.D. What is Low Self-Esteem?. Insecurity Closed to Others Poor Decision Maker Anxious Fear of Intimacy Not able to have fun Black and White Thinker Poor Anger Control High Need for Approval Lots of Guilt Lots of Depression.

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impact of low self esteem

Impact of Low Self-Esteem

Presented by:

James J. Messina, Ph.D.

what is low self esteem
What is Low Self-Esteem?
  • Insecurity
  • Closed to Others
  • Poor Decision Maker
  • Anxious
  • Fear of Intimacy
  • Not able to have fun
  • Black and White Thinker
  • Poor Anger Control
  • High Need for Approval
  • Lots of Guilt
  • Lots of Depression
what is healthy self esteem
What is Healthy Self-Esteem?
  • Sense of Productivity
  • Sense of Autonomy
  • Sense of Uniqueness
  • Altruistic
  • Leadership Ability
  • Sense of Competence
  • Self-Confidence
  • Healthy Self-Concept
  • Independent Thinker
  • Self-Accepting & Loving
  • Good Decision Maker
what contributes to low self esteem
What Contributes to Low Self-Esteem
  • Dysfunctional Environments
  • Bad relationships
  • Codependent
  • Has Disability
  • Non -supportive school, work
  • Abused
  • Conditional acceptance and love
what causes dysfunction
What causes Dysfunction?
  • Things more important than people
  • Mental illness
  • Major Losses
  • Abuse
  • Rigid feelings
  • Ice Boxes
  • Addiction
  • Disability
  • Big Pay Off
looking good
Looking -Good
  • Hero
  • High Achiever
  • Over-responsible
  • Driven
  • Approval Seeker
  • Looks together
  • Goal: Denial of Problems
acting out
Acting Out
  • Scapegoat
  • Irresponsible
  • Trouble-Maker
  • Rebellious
  • Poor - Under Achiever
  • Anti-authority
  • Self-destructive
  • Caustic
  • Goal: Divert focus
pulling in
Pulling In
  • Invisible
  • Loner
  • Bookish
  • Quiet - Recluse
  • Hard to know
  • Aloof
  • Avoid problems
  • Protect self -overweight
  • Goal: withdraws to survive
entertainer
ENTERTAINER
  • Clown
  • Mascot
  • Comic Relief
  • Immature
  • Hyperactive
  • Not taken seriously
  • Distracter
  • Attention getting
  • Talks a lot
  • Goal: Divert attention
troubled person
Troubled Person
  • Irresponsible
  • Addict
  • Unstable
  • Blame others
  • Out of control
  • Broken
  • Con artist
  • Denial of problems
  • Problem for others
  • Goal: Self-serving
enabling
Enabling
  • Protect & Save others
  • Over-responsible
  • Co-dependent
  • Nagger
  • Covers up
  • Controlling
  • Demanding
  • Goal: get troubled people to change
rescuing
Rescuing
  • Helper
  • Motivated
  • Victimized
  • Stuck
  • Irrational Loyalty
  • Burdened-down
  • Self-Negated
  • Unassertive
  • Goal: reduce tension, hurt & pain
people pleasing
People Pleasing
  • Easily liked
  • Placator
  • Always smiling
  • Outgoing
  • Friendly
  • Courteous
  • Generous
  • Fits in
  • Works hard to please
  • Goal: get approval
non feeling
Non-Feeling
  • Stoic
  • Nothing bothers
  • Intense thinker
  • Low-Key
  • Steady even-tempered
  • No strong feelings
  • Black & White
  • Goal: deny feelings to survive
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