Friendships define self-concept
Friends can define your self-concept by what they like in you. They can also define your self–concept by what they complain of in you. But are they correct? And what's the connection between self-concept and self-esteem?
We need to chose friends well, if they're going to help us define our self–concept. What kind of friends do you have? When asked to define self-concept what do your friends include? When asked to define self-concept what do they leave out?
Do they help you define self-concept positively or define self-concept negatively? Do they point out your faults and knock your self-esteem and self-concept? Or do they foster positive self-esteem and self-concept?
Don't risk developing a low self-esteem and self-concept by having the wrong friends. Negative friends won't help you build positive self-esteem and self-concept.
How can you develop a positive self-esteem and self-concept, and positive friendships? We give you the key strategies here. How would you like to define self-concept for yourself? Positively, of course! Learn how now, and let yourself shine.
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