self esteem

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Englisch - Türkisch
izzetinefis
kendini beğenme
öz benlik
kendine saygı

Kendine saygın ne kadar düşük olursa o kadar fazla olumsuz şeylere odaklanmaya niyet edersin. - The lower your self esteem, the more you tend to focus on negative things.

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onur
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) öz saygı
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) izzetinefis
(Ticaret) kendine saygı
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) öz-saygı
selfesteem
kendini beğenme
selfesteem
onur
selfesteem
gurur
selfesteem
özbeğeni
selfesteem
nefsine hürmet
self-esteem
özünü beğenme
self-esteem
benbencilik
low self esteem
düşük özgüven
self -esteem
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self-esteem
öz saygı
selfesteem
öz saygısı
selfesteem
kendine saygı
selfesteem
izzetinefis
selfesteem
hodpesentlik
selfesteem
haysiyet
selfesteem
özsaygı
Englisch - Englisch
sense of one's own worth, sense of one's own value
Personal feelings or opinions of oneself
a feeling of pride in yourself
The degree to which a person has a positive self-evaluation
positive feelings about oneself; sense of self-respect
Feelings of self-worth stemming from the individual's positive or negative beliefs about being valuable and capable
How persons feel about themselves
Your self-esteem is how you feel about yourself. For example, if you have low self-esteem, you do not like yourself, you do not think that you are a valuable person, and therefore you do not behave confidently. Poor self-esteem is at the centre of many of the difficulties we experience in our relationships. the feeling of being satisfied with your own abilities, and that you deserve to be liked or respected self-respect raise/build (up)/boost sb's self-esteem. Sense of personal worth and ability that is fundamental to an individual's identity. Family relationships during childhood are believed to play a crucial role in its development. Parents may foster self-esteem by expressing affection and support for the child as well as by helping the child set realistic goals for achievement instead of imposing unreachably high standards. Karen Horney asserted that low self-esteem leads to the development of a personality that excessively craves approval and affection and exhibits an extreme desire for personal achievement. According to Alfred Adler's theory of personality, low self-esteem leads people to strive to overcome their perceived inferiorities and to develop strengths or talents in compensation
when you feel good about who you are and how you look
Assessing and understanding self-esteem
The degree to which a person has a positive self-evaluation (3)
such regard for one's own character as will restrain one from unworthy action; rational self-esteem
Refers to the global emotional judgment individuals make about themselves in terms of worth or value Feelings of positive self-esteem imply that one likes oneself; that one approves of, accepts, and is comfortable with oneself; that one is rarely disappointed in oneself; and that one perceives oneself to be a person of worth and worthy of respect Negative self-esteem, on the other hand, implies that one dislikes or disapproves of oneself; that one devalues oneself and sometimes feels inferior to others; that one perceives oneself to be a worthless person or worthy of condemnation (See self-evaluation; self-adequacy; personality theory)
feeling positive about yourself and valued by others
the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; "it was beneath his dignity to cheat"; "showed his true dignity when under pressure"
A global evaluation of one’s qualities and attributes
(a) the fundamental valuing of self; (b) acknowleding worth of self and others; (c) acting out of self-esteem rather than self-importance or self-righteousness
Personal feelings of high or low self worth
A general feeling of self-worth based on a person's own valuing of herself and her beliefs about the way others value her People with high self-esteem have less tendency to rely on others' opinions as the most important measure of their self-worth TOP
selfesteem
The holding a good opinion of one's self; self-complacency
self esteem

    Silbentrennung

    self es·teem

    Türkische aussprache

    self ıstim

    Aussprache

    /ˈself əˈstēm/ /ˈsɛlf əˈstiːm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'self, Southern also 's ] (pronoun.) before 12th century. Middle English , from Old English; akin to Old High German selb, intensive pronoun, and probably to Latin suus one's own; more at SUICIDE.

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