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Love Yourself Friday Edition # 34 – 3 Fierce Self-Esteem Boosters

by Anne-Sophie Reinhardt on May 10, 2013

Having little to no self-esteem leads to all kinds of problems in your life.

It can have some very severe effects like developing an eating disorder, falling into a deep depression or staying in abusive relationships.

But it can also just mess with your mood, keep you from living up to your true potential or being as happy and fulfilled as you deserve to be.

I believe that building self-esteem is a daily practice; a practice that is just as much about doing as it is about listening. When you listen to yourself and what it is you really need, you create that connection with yourself that might be missing right now. When you listen to yourself, you get to be compassionate toward yourself and you get the chance to truly take care of yourself. When you listen to yourself, you will eventually find yourself.

Listening, really, opens the door to creating that unwavering sense of self-worth and self-love that is key to having self-esteem.

However, if you’re up for a few fierce and quick self-esteem boosters, then check out the video and see how you’ll smile broader, walk taller and maybe even flirt a bit more.

What’s you self-esteem booster tip? How do you make sure that you feel worthy and loved? Do you think that any of the tips I’ve shared with you is helpful? Have you tried them already? Share your thoughts with us! I’d love to hear your perspective.

Check out Love Yourself Friday Edition # 34 – 3 Fierce Self-Esteem Boosters on YouTube!

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one } May 10, 2013 at 2:54 pm

Really great video – the 3rd one is one I’ve not heard of before and i really like it – the idea of starting from walking… I work in health care and I often remind patients/clients of how far they’ve come by highlighting the small things along the way. I don’t know why it never occurred to do that for myself!


Anne-Sophie May 11, 2013 at 12:04 pm

lol Maybe it’s because you’re too hard on yourself?! But it’s interesting how we can share all these helpful tips with others but fail to direct them towards us. I hope you have fun writing down all the things you’ve already achieved! <3


Elle May 10, 2013 at 8:48 pm

Great message Anne-Sophie…I’m a great advocate of acknowledging ourselves and I like the way you put it. All your accomplishments add up to awesome!

Love Elle


Anne-Sophie May 11, 2013 at 12:03 pm

They really do and so often we forget, don’t we? Or – even worse – we take our accomplishments for granted. The more keep our milestones in our mind, the more we’ll realize our own worth.


David Stevens May 10, 2013 at 11:10 pm

Love your work Anne-Sophie! … Terrificpresentation. I simply tell myself that I am worthy of all that is good for me in Life.
Be good to yourself

Life Coach. Listener. Solution Finder.


Anne-Sophie May 11, 2013 at 12:02 pm

Thanks, David. And yes, you are so worthy of all the good stuff. So glad you got that one down. 😉


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