1. Make two lists: one of your strengths and one of your achievements.
Try to get a supportive friend or relative to help you with these lists, as people with low self-esteem are not usually in the most objective frame of mind. Keep the lists in a safe place and read through them every morning. Everyone has talents.
2. Think positively about yourself.
Remind yourself that, despite your problems, you are a unique, special, and valuable person, and that you deserve to feel good about yourself. You are, after all, a miracle of of life and no other is exactly like you. Identify and challenge any negative thoughts about yourself such as ‘I am loser’, ‘I never do anything right’, or ‘No one really likes me’.
3. Pay special attention to your personal hygiene:
Take a shower, brush your hair, trim your nails, and so on.
TO BE CONTINUED. .