Adolescents, Depression, and Self-Esteem
early on. The extent to which children believe they have the characteristics valued by the important adults and peers in their lives weighs greatly in the development of self-esteem.
Low self-esteem is the underlying cause of most cases involving: anger, anxiety, panic attacks, fear, depression, eating disorders, social anxiety disorders, avoiding personality disorders, dependent personality disorders, gang violence, relationship problems, domestic abuse, child abuse, and addictive behavior. Self-esteem
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