Introduction To Low Self Esteem

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Introduction of low self-esteem Low self-esteem is one kind of complex emotional, and it cannot be helped by oneself. The people with low self-esteem will despise themselves and thought that they cannot overtake the other people. Carl Rogers is a philosopher who advocated the humanistic psychology. He believed that many people would like to despise themselves, thought that they are useless, and considered that they are unworthy be love, these thinking might cause lots of problem. So that is the reason why Rogers believed that, we need to give the confirmation unconditional to a client, it is good to build the self-esteem of the client. Alfred Adler has a special interpretation to low self-esteem, he called it as Inferiority Complex, and it…show more content…
It will lead to the person lower estimated oneself. Maslow said that people are motivated to satisfy some thing they needed, after they had achieved it, they will seek to fulfill the next one, and so on. So, he built a theory to explain his statement which is Hierarchy of Needs Theory. There are 4 elements that people wanted to achieve step by step, which are physiological needs, safety needs, love and belongingness needs self esteem needs and self actualization. On the other hand, psychologists have found that the introverts are more willing to accept the underestimate from others than accept the overestimate from others. In the process of comparison, the introverts usually like to take their own weakness compare with the others' strong point. Of course, more than the more people feel inferior. The low self esteem will be produced when they experience more and more…show more content…
If someone does their evaluation lower, it will affect the person’s self-actualization, especially the authoritative person, and they will underestimate themselves. For example, when the people faced the problems that they never seen, at first they will measure that are they have the ability to solve that problem. The introverts would say: “I cannot do it!”, because they lack of self-actualization. Notably, the comparisons with others also are one of the reasons to cause low self-esteem. Some of the children between six and eleven are begin to compare themselves with their peers. The Europe psychologist, Erik Erikson proposed that the kids who in industry versus inferiority stage faced the greatest struggle in self-comparison. He believed that the kids at this stage centered in a feeling of competence of a sense of industry to avoid the sense of

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