Self Esteem Activities
This self esteem activity gives you the tools to transform uncomfortable and painful situations allowing you to feel powerful and confident.
The more you practice it, the more times you will strengthen
your self esteem muscle.
Instructions: Use our Self Confidence Worksheet to explore and identify what makes you feel good and bad.
1. Print it and complete the statements.
2. Keep your completed Self Esteem Worksheets handy. The next time you're feeling low self esteem and need a self esteem boost read your Self Confidence Worksheet and be reminded of your personal power.
Part 1: Feeling Good
Think of a situation in which you experienced confidence and a feeling of satisfaction and self worth. Then answer the following questions:
1. Describe the situation: It was my birthday. I was at my party that my friends Jane, Eve and Bo has made for me. I was surrounded by my friends and family. I was glad to see my friends and let them know how much I appreciate them. And the food was great too!
2. What were you saying/thinking to yourself about this situation (your self talk)?
3. How did you feel - physically and emotionally?
4. What actions did you take?
Part 2: Feeling Bad
Think of a situation in which you experienced a lack of confidence and low self esteem. Then answer the following questions:
1. Describe the situation: I went on a job interview, for a position I was excited about. I got stuck in traffic and because I couldn't get a signal on my cell phone I was unable to call and say I'd be late. I was so nervous during the interview that I didn't do a good job answering the questions.
For a complete list our Self Esteem Worksheets go to: Self Esteem Activities