Self-Esteem Vs Ego

Ego is a feeling, a self-image or an attitude that we possess about ourselves. Ego affects how we see and treat our self image. Ego affects everything that we do – from what we wear to what we eat. It can be compared to the cocoon that protects us from the harsh realities of life. However, in order to achieve full self-esteem, one needs to first accept himself as he is, regardless of the flaws that he might have. If he believes that he is worthy of being happy, he will have high self-esteem vs. ego.

The way we feel about ourselves is also related to how we feel about others. We are more likely to be successful if we feel positive about ourselves. People who feel inferiority complex, low self-esteem, and lack of self-confidence are more likely to fail than those who have a healthy self-image and feel great about themselves. According to some research, those who tend to have low self-esteem are more likely to commit errors than those who are confident and feel good about themselves.

The level of stress and anxiety we experience in life is related to our level of ego. Stress and anxiety make us feel inadequate, dirty, vulnerable, and in many cases – angry. Stress and anxiety make us feel more motivated to find ways to avoid these feelings of failure and inadequacy. This motivation leads us to do things that we shouldn’t do. We don’t like doing them, but we know that it would be our best choice if we fail.

If we do feel vulnerable, we will try to protect ourselves by withdrawing socially. When we do this, we create a feeling of unworthiness and embarrassment. In order to regain our self-esteem, we should instead look at others as we would want to be seen by them. We need to understand that the way we treat ourselves is reflected in the way others perceive us. We have to believe in ourselves and value what we have to offer in order to attract true success into our lives.

It takes a lot of courage to stand up in front of others and speak out. Many who lack self-esteem are intimidated by this fact. They fear that they will look foolish, or that others will laugh at them. But it is far better to be seen with courage than without. It is the perception of others, that determines our self-esteem.

When we surround ourselves with positive and supportive peers, family, and friends, we boost our self-esteem. This is very important because our ego is based on the way that we feel about ourselves. We feel that we are worthy and capable when we feel this way about ourselves. Those who have a lack of self-esteem often feel that they need to manipulate others in order to make themselves feel better. Those who have a healthy self-image know that it is okay to take criticism and it’s even okay to say no.

If we don’t feel competent enough to handle situations on our own, we can rely on others to help us. We can ask for help from peers, families, and friends. Ego is often what blocks us from getting help. We are not motivated by self-worth. We are motivated by the need to fulfill a purpose.

Ego gets in the way of being motivated to take action. Self-esteem is the starting point for all good things that we do. Without a sense of self-worth, we won’t be able to feel good about anything. The more we put into something, the more we get out of it. And the more we get out of it, the better we feel about ourselves.