Why self-esteem is a myth

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ISBN:9781409188551

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In an age where self-esteem is seen as essential to mental health, we are seeing unprecedented rises in mental health difficulties from depression anxiety, eating disorders and many others. Is there not a dichotomy at play here? Is self-esteem (i.e. 'I live for my rating') a reality at all or simply a myth we are all buying into. In this book author Harry Barry challenges the conventional wisdom and explores why the terms self-acceptance, self-respect, and self-actualization are more helpful in developing positive mental health. In his trademark style he also provides practical examples of what we should all be doing instead to build confidence and reach our full potential.

Format
Paperback
Published
02/05/2019
ISBN
9781409188551
Publisher
ORION SPRING
Weight
380kg

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