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10 Signs that you may have Low Self-Esteem #8

If you can answer ‘yes’ to feeling some or all of these then you may have low self-esteem

Low Self-Esteem #1

• Not perceiving yourself as good enough

• Not valuing yourself

• Not liking yourself as a person

Low Self-Esteem #2


• Inadequate

• Unlovable

• Incompetent

• Not believing that you deserve happiness

Low Self-Esteem #3

• Not being able to recognise your strengths and positives

• Struggling to make decisions or assert yourself

Low Self-Esteem #4

• Feeling uninteresting to be with and that no-one wants to spend time with you

Low Self-Esteem #5

• A lack of social confidence – feeling: ‘Everyone knows how to do this except me’

Low Self-Esteem #6

• Not taking the time that you need for yourself

• Not showing kindness towards yourself

Low Self-Esteem #7

• Not believing that YOU matter

Low Self-Esteem #8

• Not being able to move beyond mistakes without blaming yourself unfairly

Low Self-Esteem #9

• Saying sorry all the time

• Feeling like you are supposed to apologise for your very existence

Low Self-Esteem #10

An inner critical voice that is often:

• Putting you down

• Demeaning you

• Judging you

We often don’t even realise or recognise that we are struggling with low self-esteem; we can all feel low or insecure from time to time, but if these things are starting to affect:

· Our ability to accept who we are

· Our relationships

· Our work or home life

· Our social or emotional functioning

Then its time to address these issues.


Low self-esteem is not something that we just have to accept and put up with. Feedback that I received from a client who was struggling with low self-esteem was: “You’ve absolutely changed my life!”

Hypnotherapy is a very effective way to deal with low self-esteem. This is because we are not born with it, we didn’t come into this world believing that we were any less than anyone else…. somewhere along the way we created this belief. Any negative belief that we’ve created in ourselves, we can amend to a positive belief in ourselves.


When you have a healthy self-esteem, you feel the following:

· You have the right to feel good about who you are

· You have the right to respect and appreciate yourself

· You have the right to put yourself first and not feel guilty about it

A healthy self-esteem doesn’t mean being selfish or self-absorbed. Its about having a conviction that you are as worthwhile as anyone else – no more so and no less so. Its about valuing ourselves and loving ourselves unconditionally.


If you feel that you may be struggling with low self-esteem and would like to discuss this further:

Call me on: 07887885182

Click here to find out more about low self esteem

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