In psychology, self-esteem or self-worth is a person’s self-image at an emotional level; circumventing reason and logic. The term differs from ego in that the ego is a more artificial aspect; one can remain highly egotistical, while underneath have very low self-esteem.

This site is beginning resource for anyone who feels they need to get a boost to their self esteem. Within the page of this site and it’s blog are tips and suggestions on things you can do right now to give yourself a self esteem lift.

Depending on the particulars of your situation, you should find the tip or tips that feel right and use them as a starting point. We all experience low self esteem from time to time. It’s how we deal with it that determines how long we let it affect us.

Some of the topics we touch on deal with goal setting, ridding yourself of the shouldas, allowing yourself to feel good, how to experience success and other topics. Take from it what you can use and leave what you can’t behind. There is no one right way to regain your self esteem.

“Never think that you’re not good enough yourself. A man should never think that. People will take you very much at your own reckoning.”
- Anthony Trollope

Important: Remember that low self-esteem may be due to depression. To make things even more complicated, the depression may be a symptom of some other illness. Consider this before you begin to implement strategies and activities to help raise your self-esteem. You may need to talk to a professional trained in diagnosing and treating depression.