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True or false - if you have high self confidence, it would be hard for it to get lowered down?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 20:01:16    Popularity:     

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Someone making fun of you, or insults is a way that can lower someone’s self esteem. But is it the same for a self confident person?

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self confidence is not the same as self esteem and this has quite a profound effect on personality.

self confidence is how much you believe in your abilities and skills.
self esteem is how much you love and accept yourself... all of yourself.

A person with low self esteem yet high self confidence leads to a person who is driven to use their skills to succeed so they can say to the world "Look, I am OK; love me for my skills."

No, a self confident person would not be bothered by someone else's story. Self confident can be achieved by improving your relationship with your own self i.e. how do you see yourself, and treat yourself.

It is not the insult but who makes it.

If we all have high self confidence (Anons included) would it be hard for it to get lowered down ?

I agree with Mr Interesting's reply.

That if we (or predominantly me) have High-Self-Confidence...it would (or might) be hard for it to get lowered down.

For who exactly are we (or predominantly me) to say that we are not going to make ANY MORE mistakes again ?

It does affect us how others treat us. Especially if it were to happen everyday.
I had this teacher once who did an experiment in our 8th grade class. She
made 2 groups. She asked a person in each group to brainstorm and come
up with as many purposes for a thimble as they could think of. Then each
time they came up with an idea, the class would respond to what they thought
about it. The catch was....in the first group, the class was rigged to always boo
and put down the ideas, in the 2nd group, the class was instructed to always
praise the ideas. I was in the first group, but even after the boos, I just kept on
sending out ideas. I couldn't be discouraged. Wouldn't clam up. I probably
ruined her whole experiment.:)

It's called SELF confidence because it is yours. Like emotions, no one can MAKE you mad, sad, happy, etc. Only YOU can do those things. ; ' )

Self-esteem is somewhat of a myth. You have different levels of confidence in different areas based on your experience and expertise. Should a ph’D take correction as easily as a GED? Perhaps. But where the limits lie, where self- confidence equates to humility and when it equates to grandiosity, is unique in every area of life for each person. Globalizing it as “self-esteem” is just a tactic to belittle people for places where their confidence is - rightly or mistakenly - weaker.

TRUE....

True.

Sticks and Stones.



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