In Different Life Years Self-Esteem Varies Considerably. Part 2 of 3

In Different Life Years Self-Esteem Varies Considerably – Part 2 of 3

For example, it is possible that wealth and health are related to feeling more independent and better able to contribute to one’s progenitors and society, which in turn bolsters self-esteem”. As to why self-esteem peaks in middle-age and then often drops as people get older, the researchers suggested several theories.


But “Midlife is a time of highly stable work, lineage and romantic relationships. People increasingly occupy positions of power and status, which might promote feelings of self-esteem,” study co-author Richard Robins, of the University of California at Davis, said in the dirt release. “In contrast, older adults may be experiencing a change in roles such as an empty nest, retirement and obsolete work skills in addition to declining health”.

Most people abide bad about themselves from time to time. Feelings of low self-esteem may be triggered by being treated poorly by someone else recently or in the past, or by a person’s own judgments of him or herself. This is normal. However, scurrilous self-esteem is a constant companion for too many people, especially those who experience depression, anxiety, phobias, psychosis, delusional thinking, or who have an illness or a disability.

If you are one of these people, you may go through life feeling bad about yourself needlessly. Low self-love keeps you from enjoying life, doing the things you want to do, and working toward personal goals. You have a right to feel good about yourself.

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