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Your Attitude - Your Self-Esteem
Chapter 2 Self-Esteem goes with a
When Eleanor Roosevelt stated, “No one can make you feel inferior without
your consent," she hit the very essence of self-esteem.
Self-Esteem is your image of yourself.
If you let others put you down, or believe others when they say things about you,
then let it manifest into a negative feeling about yourself, you are allowing
yourself to be governed by other people and what they believe to be true about
you, or that you have allowed yourself to prove that you are what they think.
The power within you is astounding. You just need to tap into changing your
attitude when you catch yourself being negative.
You can't control the thoughts that pop into your head, but you sure in the heck
can control what you do about those thoughts.
“Friends are those rare people who ask how we are and then wait to hear the
answer.” Ed Cunningham
What kind of friend are you?
A friend is someone with whom you are comfortable, who you enjoy spending
time with and who is loyal to you and whom you can be loyal to.
You trust them with your confidences, you can tell them your deepest darkest
secrets and share your dreams and goals. You feel safe that your friend will not
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