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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %DEPENDENT SELF ESTEEM ISSUES CONTROL LOVE SECURE 971105 People differ in what factors play major roles in generating their their self-esteem; i.e. their sense of self-worth. There are healthy factors for self-esteem --- and unhealthy factors for self-esteem. Healthy factors for self-esteem are less likely to lead to perversions of self-esteem than are unhealthy factors. Whether or not factors for self-esteem do lead to perverse forms of self-esteem --- depends upon many considerations which may or may not be recognized. We may point to self-esteem with many words or phrases --- because of how important self-esteem is. Self-esteem is always a reflexive reality; i.e. having to do with how self views self. Thus the words which point to self-esteem start with the word "self" plus word(s) such as follow: ESTEEM ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION AWARENESS WORTH REGARD VALUE ESTIMATION CONSIDERATION RESPECT PERCEPTION APPRECIATION ENJOYMENT VIEW CARE ATTENTION CONCERN LOOK DEFERENCE PRIDE ADMIRATION APPROVAL HONOR MERIT Perversions of self esteem usually have to do with the following: Conceit. Arrogance. Rejections. Exclusions. Addictions. Insecurity. Selfishness. Alienations. Exclusivity. Contentiousness. Pretentiousness. Disintegrations. Excommunications. Self righteousness. Being out-of-touch. Unresolved conflicts. Preoccupations with conflicts. Preoccupations with appearances. Being out of contact with reality. Preoccupation with issues of control. Regarding others as "trash", "expendable". Putting self inappropriately before others. Regarding others as of less worth than self. Communities which are confused about the difference between healthy forms of self-esteem, and unhealthy forms of self-esteem, are likely to experience personal and communal disintegration. It is prudent to be aware of, name, and talk about what factors are likely to lead to healthy self-esteem --- and what other factors are likely to lead towards unhealthy self-esteem. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in Download it! (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================