Self-Esteem

Lindsey Mathis

Self-Esteem Questionnaire

My score for this quiz was 15. It means I have moderately low self-esteem. I have a lower self-esteem so that means I have a healthy view of myself. This means I wouldn't want to change anything about me really.

Self-Esteem Survey #2

On this quiz I scored a 49. I have moderate self-esteem which means I experience occasional problems in certain daily living activities.

Evaluate Your Self-Esteem Unit 2 Self-Awareness

My final score was 37. I have a well-balanced realistic sense of self-esteem. This means I have a good view for myself.

Online Self-Esteem Quiz

My ability to deal with rejection is 50/100. The potential of being rejected by others as a result of who I am or what I do tends to be at the back of my mind. Although I may not live with the constant fear of being tossed away by people in my life, I may sometimes go out of my way to attain the approval of others. And this approval does matter to me, at least to some degree. Rejection by the people in my life may not shatter my self-image, but it would be quite a blow that could lead to self-doubt, discouragement, and humiliation. Realize that the only approval that I should be worried about is my own and that the potential for rejection actually starts with me. If I don't fully respect and approve of myself, I project an image to the others that says "I am not worthy, I am not good enough for

Teens and self-esteem

Teens often go through self-esteem when they're starting a new school or they get bullied. They can think negatively about themselves such as being overweight or not being good enough for someone. I think it's hard on teens when they go through negatively thoughts about themselves because they think they're not good enough and they get depressed. Being bullied is a part of where they might start thinking negatively about themselves.