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Instant boost in self-esteem

So you don't like yourself? Do you always judge yourself? Try this trick to get that instant booster in self-esteem that will be more impactful than your morning coffee or tea. And it comes with a bonus, read till the end to find out.

Low self-esteem is often characterized by a lack of self-love and a negative self-perception. You don't like yourself or carry grudges about wrongdoings in the past. Whatever factors led you to lack self-love, you need to rekindle the love affair with yourself to lead a happy life. One effective way to get an instant booster in self-esteem is by doing something good for others or simply doing the right thing. When you engage in acts of kindness, even small ones, you feel good about yourself. Because doing the right thing always makes one feel joyful. There is no guilt or fear with it, only happiness and blessings of others. I

You don't have to go outside your comfort zone to do the right thing. Consider the simple act of saying thank you or sorry. Paying off a 50 Rs debt for a friend, resisting the temptation of that extra piece of cake when trying to lose weight, or putting down your phone instead of endlessly scrolling through social media are all examples of doing the right thing, even when it's not easy.

Each act contributes to your sense of self-worth and reinforces the belief that you are a good person. These small acts accumulate over time like tiny droplets filling a cup with its smell lingering not just in the morning but for your entire life. And that is the bonus. As your self-esteem grows, you'll notice its positive effects in all areas of your life. You'll feel more confident in your decisions, have healthier relationships, and be better equipped to face challenges.

Boosting self-esteem is a journey that often begins with small, meaningful actions. Tell me in the comments what was your last rightful act?

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