Crowd-sourcing Self-Esteem Since 1994
Social media distorts how we interact with others. Instead of viewing conversations as places to collaborate, it’s not more common to see them as battlegrounds.
Talking openly about how we feel is something we all encourage but rarely do. It can be challenging, and scary. Finding effective ways to open up is key for our wellbeing.
Society today conditions us to believe we deserve to be rewarded instantly without putting in any effort, but that is rarely how life works.
Often, we react emotionally to a situation and behave according to that response, which isn’t always the most appropriate or healthy way to navigate the world.
We tend to fixate on the negatives and allow ourselves to believe bad things about ourselves more often than good things.
We can all fall victim to comparing ourselves to others sometimes. It’s important that we learn to block out the voice of self-doubt and accept whonwe are.