Did you click on this link because you know a girl with “daddy issues” or did you open up this blog because you’ve been told you have “daddy issues?” Our society is so fascinated with “daddy issues,” and our pop-culture talks about it all the time.
Pimples, boyfriends, social media, the high school drama. Today’s teens have it pretty rough. You may find yourself asking, “Is this normal teenage moodiness or something else?”
In the spirit of embracing my inner nerd and living authentically, I want to share some geeky facts around the way I work with with self-esteem:
Self esteem and self confidence are rooted in how well we handle loss, failure, dissatisfaction, and grief.
People with high self confidence and self esteem are resilient and take personal control to change or better their situation. So changing our thoughts to focus on strengths and not weaknesses is of most importance.