treat yourself with more kindness and compassion. ADVERTISEMENT Self-esteem is a crucial part of mental wellbeing, and when you have high self-esteem, you think well of yourself and want good things for yourself.
It’s obvious, then, that self-sabotaging behaviors often mean you have poor self-esteem. Here are some ways that this effect rears its ugly head:Self-sabotage often involves self-criticism.
You tell yourself that you’re not good enough to achieve your goals or that everything you’ve done so far isn’t sufficient. Additionally, you obsess over everything that’s happened in the past and use that to define your present instead of learning and growing.Read more on powerofpositivity.com