love, value, esteem, respect, approve
Yes, that is one way of putting it.
treasure, value, prize, relish, esteem, revere.
A low value man with low self esteem.
no, it is lack of self esteem
Respect, esteem, value, prize, prise, look up to.
Reduced in rank, dignity, or esteem.Corrupted or depraved.Reduced in quality or value.
es·teem   [ih-steem] Show IPA verb (used with object)1.to regard highly or favorably; regard with respect oradmiration: I esteem him for his honesty.2.to consider as of a certain value or of a certain type;regard: I esteem it worthless.3.Obsolete . to set a value on; appraise.noun4.favorable opinion or judgment; respect or regard: to hold aperson in esteem.5.Archaic. opinion or judgment; estimation; valuation.
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Self esteem is how you feel about yourself and esteem is how you feel about someone else.
Low self-esteem develops internally. To over come low self-esteem learn to love you the way you are and know that your looks have value.
self Esteem refers to the value of a person by himself. Some times it affects our trust in others and our relationships.Some of the positive self esteem are,confidenceNon-blaming behaviorOptimismSelf careSome of the negative self esteem are,Negative view of lifefear of taking risksIf you want to improve your children self esteem who needs special care, I refer you to site which will be helpful for the parents to care for their future planning
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The concept of self-esteem must be distinguished from the concept of pride. The two are related, but there are significant differences in their meaning. Self-esteem pertains to a man's conviction of his fundamental efficacy and worth. Pride pertains to the pleasure a man takes in himself on the basis of and in response to specific achievements or actions. Self-esteem is confidence in one's capacity to achieve values. Pride is the consequence of having achieved some particular value(s). Self-esteem is "I can." Pride is "I have."
Self esteem is one attribute of knowing about yourself. A healthy self esteem person knows better about himself.
I'd say self esteem is about how you value yourself, and self confidence is how confident you feel about your abilities/undertaking a personal challenge for instance: "although he had very low self esteem, he seemed full of self confidence preparing for the tennis match"
Esteem is to regard highly or favorably.
The Esteem was created in 2005.
Use value or functional value is the perceived value of goods or services to a customer because the goods/services do what they are supposed to do in the way they do it. Thus a vacuum cleaner that cleans better than another has higher functional value - most customers would be willing to pay more for it, Esteem value is the value of goods or servcies according to the status they afford to the buyer/user. Thus, many customers will pay more for a branded item of clothing because they want to 'wear the name' - they feel it gives them some status a non-branded item would not.
We can support the self esteem of children by making them excel. A child more open in society has more self esteem.
kill the owner of the self esteem and then call the owner names
you have no friends
Self-esteem is a realistic respect for or favorable impression of oneself. It is self-respect. Self-esteem is the opinion you have about yourself.For information about poor or low self-esteem, the signs and symptoms of low self esteem, and how to build self-esteem, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Question.