The normal and natural definition of guilt has to do with responsibility for wrongdoing or the regret that comes after wrongdoing, however some people suffer from excessive guilt that even goes beyond wrongdoing, these people feel terribly guilty for doing absolutely nothing wrong, sometimes they feel guilty for the mistakes or wrongdoings of others and…

Self-esteem, also known as self-worth or self-respect, is the opinion people have of themselves. When you have healthy self-esteem, you feel good about yourself and see yourself as deserving the respect of others. In psychology, your self-esteem is used to describe your sense of self-worth or personal value. In other words, how much you like…

Self-esteem is a positive or negative orientation toward oneself, an overall evaluation of one’s worth or value. People are motivated to have high self-esteem, indicating positive self-regard, not egotism. Self-esteem is only one component of the self-concept, which Rosenberg defines as the “totality of the individual’s thoughts and feelings concerning himself as an object. Self-esteem…

Not everyone going about their daily activities have a strong sense of trust in their strength and abilities. While some constantly need someone to make them feel happy and validate their actions, some cannot just seem to grasp who they are and what self-worth they possess. Self-confidence is an excellent quality we all need to…

“Self-Sabotage is a sweet romance” like a relationship you know is bad for you but just can’t seem to shake – and don’t know why? It can be little things like always seem to be running late, the ultimate procrastinator, being best mates with the fridge and eating your feelings away, fear of committing to…