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Improve your Most Important Relationship: With Yourself!

Parents are constantly working to foster a sense of healthy self-esteem in their children, but when is the last time that you thought about your own self-esteem? How you view yourself affects every other part of your life; your relationships with others, your job and your family. A healthy self-esteem is made up of 2 parts; first, a feeling of personal competence and self-worth, second, a realistic self-appraisal of your strengths and limitations. Lastly, it’s important to look at those limitations with compassion and understanding. After all, no one is perfect! So if your self-esteem could use a tune up, keep reading at ThirdAge for some great ideas on how to turn off that internal critic and develop a more positive relationship with yourself.

Posted: 1/22/08