Bien-Etre / Well Being

Contingent Self-Esteem


  Until not long ago, science understood self-esteem in two ways. It was considered that those with high self-esteem considered themselves capable of achieving whatever they set out to do. On the other hand, it was thought that those with low self-esteem tended to suffer and also develop psychological disorders. However, today, we know that self-esteem fluctuates. Moreover, it’s often not enough to have high self-esteem to be happy. For example, some people have an excellent perception of themselves in the workplace but are insecure when it comes to their physical image. In fact, it seems, we all walk a…

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