In my journey of self-help and trauma recovery, one constant has remained: my incredibly low self-esteem. I often use other coping mechanisms to mask this fault, or I ride the highs when I am falsely full of self-confidence. Neither or healthy. So I’ve been trying to build up my self-esteem. I found this worksheet online, but I’ve copied and pasted it for ease of use. I did mine in a google document.

The first table includes the following prompts:

  1. 10 things that brought me peace today were:
  2. I felt empowered when:
  3. I had fun when:

 

The prompts in the second table are as follows:

  1. My loved ones are proud of me because:
  2. 5 things that went well today were:
  3. I feel happiest when:

 

The third table includes:

  1. My best quality is:
  2. 3 things that make me unique are:
  3. The best part of today was:

 

In the fourth table, the prompts read:

  1. I’m looking forward to:
  2. 10 people or things I am grateful for are:
  3. I feel strongest when:

 

The final table lists these three prompts:

  1. I feel best about myself when:
  2. My greatest accomplishment today was:
  3. The 3 things I love most about my life are:

 

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