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By Leo Gura - May 19, 22 Comments. Hey, this is Leo for Actualized. I go into a lot of depth there about the details of self-esteem. To me, that was curious. I started looking into that, asking myself questions about why that is.

To get this discussion grounded, we need to talk a little bit about self-esteem. Self-esteem has two components to it. Self-efficacy simply means you have the ability to think and direct your own life. Self-respect is believing you have inherent value in yourself, and you have a right to be happy. When you have both of these components working together, than you have high self-esteem. If either one of these components is malfunctioning, or both of them are eroded, then you have low self-esteem.

What I tend to find is that women struggle with self-esteem more than men. This is a generalisation. Many men have self-esteem issues. With women, it tends to be more of a problem. For them, not only is a problem on the inside, it tends to manifest itself in a problem on the outside in dysfunctional relationships. This tends to create a certain level of codependency, and it makes you an unassertive doormat. Then, basically, men tend to come and walk all over you.

Why is this happening? How can we get an understanding of why this is happening with women? I think if you look at this definition, self-efficacy and self-respect. The self-efficacy part especially, this is your ability to control and direct life. How is that developed? I think the culture has a lot to do with why this disparity exists.

As parents, they put him into sports and other aggressive activities. The boy is always taught to compete, to fight. Women are more about relationships and families.

Not so much about going out there and conquering the world. That just tends to be the general trend. What do you think happens to you? This is how rapid learning happens. You throw yourself into a tough situation, and then you have to struggle your way out. This is how military boot camp works. You take a grunt recruit who knows nothing about the military, has no discipline. You throw him into a couple of weeks of boot camp and all of a sudden, he comes out like a real go getter, a real soldier.

It tends to doze off and be lazy, and tends to backslide. They get a real sense of ownership over the world. They feel like they have the world by the balls. Women do that on their own terms. Some women are out there doing masculine type things, and that will build them self-efficacy. When this tends to happen, and it tends to happen for long periods of time, your brain starts to literally start to mush.

It starts to atrophy. That tends to build up very big rut. As that rut is building, your self-efficacy is eroding. You feel like you become a victim.

That is the underlying thread here. I think there are also some physiological differences. This is not just purely cultural conditioning. For a woman, being in a relationship and being submissive is also more natural. You can see how that can lead to certain disadvantages. Guys have their own sets of disadvantages they have. That tends to be your coping strategy.

Whereas a man tends to not put up with that as much. Part of that is the physiology. Women are more compassionate, more nurturing, and these are amazing qualities, but they also have some disadvantages. Every strength tends to also have a little weakness behind it. A feminine woman feels like her authentic self. As a woman, you have to be active and confident, and out there living your edge, but in a feminine way. Do it in a way that feels natural to you as a woman, not the way a man would.

If you do that, then you will build that self-efficacy too. You just need to be constantly pushing yourself and challenging yourself in your own way. That might be very different than it might be for a man. This is what I have to say about women and low self-esteem. Go ahead and post me your comments down below. Like this video if you did. Click the like button so that more people can see it.

Throw it up on Facebook. Come and check out Actualized. Sign up to my newsletter. I love distilling the golden nuggets and bringing them to you, and keeping you on track with that. Go ahead and check that out. I thought it was great!

Her book I recommend to ALL women, she gives some really helpful teaching on esteem and the like. Thanks Leo for giving a great post! Good talk but I like to add something to this. I believe there is one more reason why women have lower self esteem. As you mention that women are raised to do feminine things such as taking care of a relationship maybe maintaing the house and doing some girly things that are not as competitive as is for the guys.

Well, today many women go out there and compete for a higher education and better job. But women are much more emotional and were raised to do feminine things and once they go out to make a life for themselves under so much pressure, that work stress and competition hurts their self esteem.

It is too much hard work to do that women are not built for that. It is true that with competition they earn something and that could help with their self esteem but at the same time, they are not emotionally so strong because of their physiology and the way they were raised. Therefore, being under so much pressure and at the same time having to keep a balance between their femininity and working outside like a guy hurts their confidence.

It is something like an emotional confusion for women. That is my is just my thought. Did you mean women are not made for creativity works such as engineering? And they can only progress in their relationships and girly matters? I love to be creative and make a change in life. This is what your other videos talk about. And should I supposed that you were just talking to men about that? Or always be as emotional as men think.

Can you talk more about that? Of course women can be creative. Many women are more creative than men. There are many exceptions.

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And if they make you feel badly about your body then that is their issue, not yours, and you should find someone better. Look at yourself in the mirror, but don't focus on the flaws. Name things you like about your body.

This used to be hard for me but over time it got easier. You don't have to even use appearence based things - it can be "I like my legs because they carry me through my daily run" or "I like my stomach because my significant other loves to rest their head on it. Find outfits that you feel good in, no matter what they are - a fab dress, just a bra and panties, a suit, whatever. The outfit I feel sexiest in right now - ridiculous as it sounds - is a t-shirt and a pair of Walmart brand gym-shorts.

I don't know why, but every time I put them on I immediately feel like one of those effortlessly sexy athletic model girls. Put some time into your appearance. Just knowing that I am putting effort into looking put together helps me feel more confident. Get the basics down like showering daily and brushing your teeth, etc if you're not already doing so. Then add on rituals.

I like occasionally doing face masks to make my skin feel really clean, and usually put on a little bit of makeup before I go out. Yours might be putting on two accessories each day, deep conditioning your hair, relaxing in a bubblebath, or whatever. I'm a stripper, and I'll tell you right now that being chubby has nothing to do with how sexy you are. I work with many women who would qualify as chubby, but the way they hold themselves and present themselves makes them sexier than many thinner women.

Take good care of yourself. Do things that make you feel good and sexy. Shave, put on perfume, put a little makeup on, put your most flattering outfit on, and have a glass if wine to loosen up. A lot of things "sexy" are symbols of sexual desire and availability.

Ie- I wanna fuck. Lacy lingerie, push up bras, red lipstick, anything fishnet, garter belts, corsets, tall stilettos, sultry makeup, and loose hair Thigh highs conceal the leg but imply there's something uncovered nearby.

Go get some lingerie and red lipstick or whips and chains, or feathers, or whatever gets you turned on and experiment. Have fun with it! Wear clothes that fit properly! As a fellow chubby girl I feel waaay sexier wearing something comfy over something too small.

Also wear the right colors that are flattering for your skin tone! Makes a huge difference. I look superb in rich greens and browns but like an over-stuffed, sickly Big Bird in anything yellow. Take the time out of your day to really do your hair and make up. I find that's a real confidence booster! Always makes me feel 10x sexier. Go have a spa day and be pampered! Buy a nice lip color! Taking care of yourself is 1 in boosting esteem!

I'd also recommend following Fuller Figure Fuller Bust because she's amazing and empowering and gives great style advice. For the low self-esteem, try to get a hobby where you can create something with your hands. Gardening, woodworking, painting, knitting, or some form of volunteering. Or learn a more abstract skill like programming -- personally, I just need a product I can hold in my hands afterwards. Or you can go a step further and compare yourself with people around you, especially those traits of which you are not very proud of, neglecting your positive features.

Just like using a magnifying glass, you can focus exclusively on one of your features and exaggerate its importance. Here too the positive aspects in you are disregarded. You can find something that you believe is unattractive in you and start finding other aspects which you previously thought they were OK, but now you generalize thinking they are unattractive too.

Blaming it on the way your body looks for the lack of success in your life is another cognitive error. Often you may misread what others say about you, believing that they speak anything but nicely about you and especially your appearance. Your body image may cause you to avoid certain situations, having a negative impact on the quality of your life.

If you think in any of these terms, you have self-esteem issues regarding your weight. You have to observe these thinking patterns, dispute them by writing down pros and cons and find more efficient and balanced thoughts in exchange.

There are various different methods for overcoming low self-esteem, the thinking pattern disputation being just one of them.

Fight body image issues and boost your body confidence with these Instead of looking in the mirror and thinking about what you don't like about of Good Girls Don't Get Fat: How Weight Obsession Is Messing Up Our Girls. Aimee Lee Ball reports on why women are prone to negative thinking about their yourself—perhaps you're known as the problem child in a classroom or the the bad stuff—I eavesdropped on one plaintive "Does this make me look fat?. She's also a seasoned vet of dating as a plus woman — as well as navigating a “We know there exists plenty of fat shaming and fat biases in this world,” Ospina says. “My body image was nowhere near where it is today. . approaching you who has an issue with the way you look,” Ospina concludes.