Self-Esteem Disorder

Self-Esteem Disorder – Negative feelings about oneself or one’s capabilities can be expressed directly or indirectly.


– Verbalization of a negative evaluation of himself.

– Expressions of shame or guilt.

– Evaluation of himself as incapable of dealing with the events.

– Rationalization of negative feedback.

– Doubt to try new things.

– Denial of obvious problems for others.

– Streamlining the failures.

Hypersensitivity to criticism.

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