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12 People Share the Truth of How Anxiety Affects Their Self-Esteem

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Even before I could fully comprehend the depression and anxiety I lived with, I knew I had low self-esteem. It’s one of those things that keep me mired in self-doubt and depression: the feeling that I’m not as “good” at my job as my colleagues, not as successful as my peers, not attractive, not charming… need I go on?

Self-esteem is one of the fulcrums around which my depression and anxiety turn despite every piece of evidence to the contrary.

It feeds my depression and anxiety, which in turn folds back into my low self-esteem when I’m unable to do the things I “should” be able to do.

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