Self Worth: Knowing Who You Are

Posted by Udrea Russell on

Self-worth is a term used to describe an individual's sense of their own value or worth as a person. It is a belief in one's own abilities, qualities and intrinsic value as a person, that can influence self-esteem, confidence, and self-perception.

Self-worth is often associated with self-esteem, which is the overall evaluation of one's self-concept. Self-worth is the belief in one's own value as a person, while self-esteem is the overall evaluation of one's self-worth.

Self-worth can be influenced by a number of factors, including past experiences, relationships, cultural and societal messages, and personal beliefs. Some people may have a strong sense of self-worth, while others may struggle with feelings of low self-worth. Low self-worth can lead to negative feelings such as insecurity, self-doubt, and a lack of confidence.

It's important to note that self-worth is not constant and can change over time and with different experiences, it's not something that is set in stone, and it's not something that you are born with, it's something that is developed and can be changed with effort and self-reflection.

In summary, self-worth is the belief in one's own value as a person, it can influence self-esteem, confidence and self-perception, and it can be influenced by a number of factors and can change over time.

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