Do you find it difficult to quiet your inner critic? Do you find yourself second-guessing everything you do? If you are like most people, you know your inner critic all too well. It judges you, doubts you, and constantly tells you that you are just not good enough.

Self-esteem is the degree to which we feel confident, valuable, and worthy of respect. People with low self-esteem are likely to have a lower opinion of themselves and often feel inferior to others. Some people with low self-esteem continue to feel bad about themselves despite achieving success in life. They feel undeserving of their accomplishments and view themselves as “imposters.”

If you have ever said or thought any of the following, you may suffer from low self-esteem.

• My problems are not that big of a deal.
• I’ll never do well enough at school or work to succeed.
• No one wants to hear about my life or my issues.
• I will always fail.
• I’ll never be good enough.
• I can’t seem to find people who care about me.

Self-criticism can sap you of your joy. By thinking more positively and realistically about yourself you can develop your self-worth and learn to love yourself. Self-esteem is central to who we are and central to the process of counseling. Let’s break this negative cycle and help you get rid of your inner critic.

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