Low Self-Esteem

Low self-esteem is blamed for a host of problems and also used an excuse for many more. Although I’ve written a couple past entries sharing my opinions on child self-esteem and my reactions to the theories of James Lehman and his take on children’s self esteem I wanted to bring up the issue again today because of something else I came across in the Total Transformation audio material.

James Lehman explains the natural consequences of what will happen to kids with low self-esteem and no way to solve their problems. He says they will gravitate towards other kids who don’t expect anything of them. I think that section is a brilliant insight and analysis on Mr. Lehman’s part. I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone else explain it that way. I think he’s absolutely right. It makes perfect sense.

Looking at it from another angle might make it clearer if you haven’t seen the connection yet. People with high self-esteem who like to accomplish things will be drawn to people who challenge them and have high expectations for them. Naturally, those on the opposite end of the spectrum who don’t think they can accomplish anything will be drawn to people who make them comfortable at an underachieving level

More on this in Part 2 of this entry titled Symptom of Low Self Esteem. If you’re ready to delve into the program, simply click here.

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