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Self-Worth

The famous Greek aphorism know yourself clearly illustrates a human concern that has existed since time immemorial to find an answer to the questions of who and what are we, what we want to be, and to what extent we feel satisfied with ourselves. In fact, between all the thoughts and feelings that we develop in our day-to-day lives, those that emanate from the visions that we have about our self are prominent. Because our psychological equilibrium is highly mediated by our own assessments of our qualities and personal attributes, we could say that in human nature lies the need for self-worth, that is to say, the need to value our inherent worth and importance as a person.

This search for self-worth is largely determined by ...

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