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Self Esteem and Resiliency
What is Self Esteem?
How you feel about yourself
How you view yourself
Can be negative or positive
Negative self esteem
Negative thoughts, feelings, attitudes you have about yourself.
Not feeling good enough
”I’m not smart enough.”
“I’m not pretty enough.”
“I never do anything right.”
5 things to keep in mind about negative thoughts.
They keep you from being best self
They stand in the way of your success
They make you feel lousy
They CAN be changed
Positive self esteem
What you like about yourself
I’m really good at …
I always try my best.
Everyone makes mistakes.
I can do anything I put my mind to.
How to build good self esteem
Make lists of your strengths, one of your achievements, and one thing you like about yourself.
Think positively about yourself. Remember that, despite your problems, you are unique, funny, smart and can do anything you put your mind to.
Healthy life style including some form of physical activity and a healthy balanced diet.
Dress in clothes that make you feel good about yourself.
Get enough sleep.
Self esteem tree
On each leaf write something you like about yourself or something that you are proud of.
Once you are done, come and stick it on one of the tree branches!
What is Resiliency?
Ability to “bounce back” after unexpected or negative situations
Effects everyone differently
Getting back up when you have been knocked down
Ability to grow from difficult experiences
The night before you pick an outfit for school the next day. You wake up and you notice it is raining. You cant wear what you planned to wear the night before.
What do you do?
A) Upset about the fact that you cant wear the outfit you picked and are grumpy for the day.
B) Move on and pick out another outfit and say ill wear that outfit tomorrow. The minor change to your day doesn't affect you in a negative way.
When you were younger, you had spelling tests. One spelling test you didn’t do so well.
A) Be upset about the fact you didn't do well and tell yourself “I’m stupid, why do I even try.”
B) Accept the fact that you didn't so well and try harder the next time.
In your soccer game, you missed a couple shots and are frustrated because you haven't scored yet.
A) Ask for a sub and sit on the sideline. Let your team down by giving up and telling yourself your not good enough.
B) Don ’t give up and keep trying to score a goal. Motivate your team!
How is olaf resilient?
How to be resilient
Friends and family
Take a break
Relax, take your mind off of worrying
Sports, music, art, etc.
Exercise and rest
Ability to laugh
Try something new!
Accept that change is part of life
Change can be scary
Coping Strategies Bingo
Fatoom AlOthaidy. (2014, January 22). Think positively cartoon. Retrieved from
By Giving the Children Tools to Deal with Anger and Aggression, You Will Help Them to Feel in Control and More Positive. They Will Also Receive Less Negative Attention in the Classroom as Their Behaviours Grow More Appropriate. "Building Self-Esteem in School-Age Children | ConnectABILITY." ConnectABILITY Building SelfEsteem in SchoolAge Children Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Oct. 2016.
What type of self esteem is she representing?
What is she doing to have healthy self-esteem?
What type of self-esteem is he experiencing?
How could he change to have healthy self-esteem?