Invisible Illness
Published in

Invisible Illness

4 Hidden Signs Of Low Self-Esteem

Recognizing the behaviors that reveal how we feel about ourselves

lvka/shutterstock

“I’m not perfect… But I’m enough.” — Carl Rogers

Every time I think of low self-esteem, I’m hurled into a childhood flashback. There is nothing more cringey in junior high to a socially awkward and sensitive kid than being picked dead last…

--

--

--

We don't talk enough about mental health.

Recommended from Medium

Love Yourself as Much as you Love those Closest to You

Living poor #4 / 30— Overseeing the numbers

Contessa Akin of Lessons From Adversity On How To Get Past Your Perfectionism And ‘Just Do It’

Learning to Let Go

On Self Care

Block Out The Noise And Transform

How I created a self-fulfilling life: “giving is living”

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Annie Tanasugarn, PhD

Annie Tanasugarn, PhD

Self-Healing Through Self-Discovery™ Psychologist. Certified Trauma & Relationship Specialist. https://behaviorthrive.com/

More from Medium

Why We Tell People More Than We Should

How to Spot the Hidden Signs of Complex Trauma Still Lurking in Your Life

A sad woman considers her hidden trauma and stares sadly away.

If You’re Not Speaking It, You’re Storing It

What to Say to Your Inner Child: Nourish Her with Vitamin Validation