Below are the best articles we could find on Self-Esteem and social anxiety.
People in the LGBT community, through the combination of low self-esteem and stressful life experiences, are some of the most at-risk to develop mental health and eating disorders.
If you live with social anxiety disorder (SAD), you might consider using positive affirmations as a way to improve your self-esteem and reduce anxiety.
Part of the process of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is to learn how to retrain your brain so that you start thinking in more helpful and adaptive ways. Another way to improve your thoughts is by using positive affirmations.
“Millions of adults across the UK are struggling with concerns about their body image, but of all the groups surveyed, the LGBT+ community is most likely to be affected.”
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