self-worth


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Synonyms for self-worth

the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect

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"Because youths who are in the inpatient service have a lower self-concept, therapies within their overall treatment program aiming to improve self-worth might be worthwhile," the researcher noted
People also were more likely to see plastic surgery in a good light if they regularly use filters when posting selfies, have removed selfies because they weren't edited or enhanced to their liking, or if they based their self-worth more on their appearance, the researchers reported.
Remember that perfectionists have conditional self-worth, and rules play into that.
The focus of this study is to identify whether the intrapsychic factor, Contingent Self-Worth (CSW), causes individuals to feel more distress from one of these two types of infidelity.
Not a way to gain self-worth but a method of expressing their skills and passions.
The link between body size and self-worth is pervasive, insidious, and an indication of cultural madness.
They note that it is possible that inpatients showed lower self-worth because they have more severe mental health problems than outpatients to begin with.
A sense of self-worth built by and dependent upon the opinions of other people--conditional self-esteem--is a house of cards, liable to collapse at any moment.
Following this line of reasoning, a strong correlate of self-efficacy is self-worth, whereas self-efficacy concerns beliefs about one's abilities while self-worth represents an attitude about one's self-esteem.
Studies have established that laughing releases endorphins which stimulate feeling of caring and forgiveness, which create a positive state of the mind and "boost" optimism, self-confidence and feelings of self-worth.
What's important is your self-worth. Let's all move on.
More than 500 women (aged 40 to 89) took part in an online survey with questions on their use of make-up, how they viewed advertisements aimed at their age group, how they perceived advertising and the impact of this on their self-worth.
The 33-year-old, who shot to fame in 12 Years A Slave in 2013, said her self-worth was "deeply compromised" in her youth by TV ads promoting skin-whitening creams.
Objectives: To observe the relationship of obesity with rejection sensitivity, shyness and self-worth of obese adolescents and to explore the differences of rejection sensitivity, shyness and self-worth among obese and non-obese adolescents.