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Self-esteem is what you think about yourself and the value or worth you consider yourself to have as a person. Low self-esteem can keep you from the things you enjoy and from working towards personal goals. Self-esteem is a significant part of our well-being. Low self-esteem and low confidence are sometimes related to mental, emotional or relational issues.

If you think your self-esteem is affecting your experience at SAIT, overall wellbeing or related to other issues you can also meet with a counsellor at Student Development & Counselling to get support and more information or resources for improving your self-esteem and confidence.

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  • McKay, M. and Fanning, P (2000) Self Esteem: A proven program of cognitive techniques for assessing, improving & maintaining your self-esteem. 4th ed.
  • Schiraldi, Glenn R. (2016) The Self-Esteem Workbook 2nd Ed.
  • Germer, Christopher K., (2009) The Mindful Path to Self-Compassion: Freeing Yourself from Destructive Thoughts and Emotions.
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