Bullying Prevention & Self-Esteem

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Everyone is born with the potential to reach great heights and achieve wonderful things. But in order to be successful, you need a good, solid foundation on which to start building. Experts have identified the foundation on which you can build a fulfilling and successful life. This foundation upon which success is built is called self-esteem.

Self-esteem is the way that you feel about yourself. It is made up of your pattern of thoughts about yourself. When you think positively about yourself, you have a higher level of self-esteem. On the other hand, negative thoughts lead to a negative view of yourself.

In this series, you will learn how self-esteem develops in you and how it affects your life. You will also learn some simple techniques you can use to strengthen it. When you improve the way you think about yourself, you will be able to reach your maximum potential. And, if you apply what you learn here, you will see progress toward bullying prevention. When it is done right, there is no telling how much these skills can really improve your life.

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In this series, we will look at six different topics. Learning how to improve your view of yourself involves the following areas:

  1. Development of Self-Esteem

  2. Changing Low Self-Esteem

  3. Behavior Patterns

  4. Outside Influences

  5. Be Your Own Support Person

  6. Positive Affirmations

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This is the beginning of a new series on Bullying Prevention. Be sure to stay tuned for future posts in this series.

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By | 2017-12-28T22:33:52+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Bullying Prevention, Emotional Intelligence, Life Skills|0 Comments

About the Author:

Anna is a copywriter at The Conover Company. She graduated from St. Norbert College with a degree in Elementary Education. She enjoys researching and writing about soft skills and has seen first-hand the difference that soft skills make in the world of education. She currently lives in Wisconsin with her husband and daughter.

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