Instead of nagging or focusing on the negative in yourself and othersreplace your criticism with encouragement. Developing good self-esteem involves encouraging a positive but realistic attitude toward yourself and the world around you and appreciating your worth, while at the same time behaving responsibly towards others.
Do something nice for yourself sometimes -- either in thought give yourself a compliment or action treat yourself to a nice dinner or new book.
Do feel responsible for your feelings. Write them down and remind yourself to pause and change your way of thinking each time you are being critical of yourself. Ensure students are aware that they are available as sources of sexual health information and support for sexual health issues.
Talk to your Public Health Nurse or other school staff as needed about sexual health issues. Maybe you felt nervous and self-conscious when giving a presentation at work, but maybe your boss and coworkers respected you for getting up and trying.
However, there is also concern about the best ways to provide this information and the best people to provide this information. If you have a hard time forgiving or forgetting, consider talking through your emotions with a good friend or counselor, but try not to dwell.
Replace criticism with encouragement. Remember Your Good Qualities! Participate in school clubs related to sexual orientation and gender identity. Positive Thinking There are many ways a person can change negative thoughts and self-criticism to more realistic and positive thoughts.
Remind yourself of all your capabilities and positive qualities.
If you can, forgive past wrongs and move on. Focusing on all of them at once may be overwhelming, but focusing on a few at a time and reminding yourself of these positive approaches regularly can change your self-esteem.
You are not to blame every time something goes wrong or someone has a problem. Provide support other students struggling with sexual health issues.
Instead of focusing on what you think are your negative qualities, accentuate your strengths and assets. Talk to your boss about what went wrong, try to address the error in the future, and move on. Making these internal changes will increase your confidence in yourself and your willingness and ability to make external changes and improve your life.
Choose the brighter side of things. The next time you start giving yourself an internal browbeating, tell yourself to "stop it!
Topics could include safe sex practices, sexual orientation and bullying prevention. Try not to hang on to painful memories and bad feelings - this is a surefire way to encourage negative thoughts and bad moods.
The goal of this positive thinking is to give yourself a more positive self-concept, while seeing yourself honestly and accepting yourself, and removing the internal barriers that can keep you from doing your best. Community partnerships could include: Make doing your best your ideal -- what more can you realistically do?
Participate in school clubs and events related to sexual orientation and gender identity. Try laughing instead of criticizing. Give yourself a break. Organize or participate in school-wide awareness events or assemblies related to sexual health.
You can choose how to interpret comments and events, so try for the more positive interpretations. Complete training in sexual health as needed to feel comfortable providing support to students.
Look at temporary setbacks as opportunities for growth. Participate in school activities that promote positive sexual health.Tel. / [email protected] Literature Review: from those that aim to promote more generic positive child development (Tarter and Vanyukov, ).
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