Self-Esteem and Self-Image
The way we were raised, and social environments, shape how we feel about ourselves. Our experiences contribute to our self-esteem and self-image. Whether we had parents, or caregivers, who praised us as children or not affects us. We develop an expectation that others, partners, friends, co-workers, etc., will treat us the same way.
If we rely on others too much for emotional security, we can become disappointed when they fall short of our expectations. It can lead us to feel inadequate about ourselves. It creates a negative self-esteem and self-image.
Through therapy, you can develop an understanding of how to create emotional stability that comes from within. Our therapists can help you develop a more positive self-esteem and self-image. Shifting the way we view ourself will lead to a more uplifting and fulfilling life.
Get started today, to work with one of the Pacific Mental Health counselors or therapists from our Seattle team, our Lynnwood team, or our tele-health team, to discover the strength which lies within yourself. Together, we can help you develop a more positive self-esteem and self-image.