self-esteem

Five Films to Work On Children’s Self-Esteem

Cinema is more than just a fun day out – it can also be a valuable educational and training resource. Knowing about films that can work on children’s self-esteem gives us the opportunity to help children find more than just…

Marcelo Ceberio Talks about Resilience

Marcelo Ceberio has authored books such as La Buena Comunicación (Good Communication), Los Superhéroes también Van a Terapia (Superheroes Need Therapy Too), and Cenicientas y Patitos Feos (Cinderellas and Ugly Ducklings). His impressive bibliography is inspiring and based on communication,…

How To Gain Autonomy in Your Relationship

Combating emotional dependence isn’t easy, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Breaking the chains that bind you to another person, setting boundaries, and doing solo activities are strategies that will help you gain autonomy in your relationship. Now, it’s important…

Good Self-Esteem Comes from a Job Well Done

One of the pillars that has a tremendous influence on our behavior is self-esteem. How we feel, based on the image we have of ourselves, determines the goals we choose, the relationships we maintain, and the intensity of our emotions.…

How Unconscious Guilt Manifests Itself

Guilt is a complex feeling, influenced by many factors. You experience it as remorse, self-blame, and a feeling of personal indignity. However, it’s not always a conscious feeling. Some experiences lead to unconscious guilt, which is a self-accusation that causes discomfort…

Letting Your Light Shine Bright

There are many opportunities to shine bright in life. More often than not, life is a mix of pleasant experiences and many obstacles and struggles that may put you to the test. In order to shine, you must go through…

What’s Behind Excessive Modesty?

Modesty helps you connect with others in society. It doesn’t allow your achievements to overshadow those of other people. That being said, excessive modesty can do just the opposite. It can make relationships with the people around you more difficult.…

Wanting to Feel Important and Admired by Others

We all want others to think we’re special and important. This has nothing to do with being narcissistic or self-centered. In fact, it’s a completely legitimate and even healthy desire. However, wanting to feel important is different than actually being…

Hyperhidrosis (Excessive Sweating) and Self-Esteem

Some people have a condition called hyperhidrosis (or excessive sweating) that almost always leads to embarrassment in social situations. Thus, it’s not surprising to hear that this excessive sweating problem could take a toll on people’s self-esteem. This Spanish-language article…

The Link Between the Hippocampus and Self-Esteem

The link between the hippocampus and self-esteem is very interesting. Your sense of identity is directly linked to this brain structure, your memories, and your internal narrative. Nobody knew how important this structure was until four centuries ago. At first,…