What is Womens self-esteem? Definition: A woman's experience of being capable of meeting life's challenges and the feeling of being worthy of happiness. Women who have healthy or authentic self-esteem trust their own being to be constructive, responsible, and trustworthy. It is an inner state that can be nurtured and cultivated. A Womans Self-esteem is the level that you respect and value yourself as a lovable, worthwhile woman. Where Does Self-Esteem Come From? Our self-esteem develops and evolves throughout our lives as we build an image of ourselves through our experiences with different people and activities. Experiences during our childhood play a particularly large role in the shaping of our basic self-esteem. When we were growing up, our successes (and failures) and how we were treated by the members of our immediate family, by our teachers, coaches, religious authorities, and by our peers, all contributed to the creation of our basic self-esteem.

Friday, August 6, 2010

~You Are Beautiful~


You are Beautiful...yes you are...the minute you can say it, believe it and live it...is the minute you have taken back your identity and found self-love and self-acceptance~

The video below is about how one woman,' Caitlin Boyle' decided to take control of her negative talk that so many of us experience from time to time which keeps us in that rut which disables our ability to see our own unique beauty~

More interesting is that she decided to pay it forward and use post it notes to reach out and connect with women all over the world~

Click on..~Post it notes, help make women feel beautiful~



  1. Very nice post dear.The video is a good example for women and for man also.Moreover the bottom line of this post is very influencing.Thanks dear.

  2. It is hard to give credence to self-esteem advice from a skinny pretty girl. If she has issues now, just wait till she hits 50. Society likes to say beauty is from the inside, and that's fine for friends and family, but in reality, people judge what they see. How you look changes how you experience the world because it changes the way others interact with you in a thousand ways. I used to be a pretty skinny girl, then I got old. Now I feel maimed by gravity. Will I opt for plastic surgery? Perhaps. Word on the street is, women approaching/ in middle age should be self actualized to the point they don't mind the aging process. That's not working for me. Regardless of any degree of personal or professional success you've had, aging changes your place in society. And it's not a better place to be.


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