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If you grew up in a family where there was encouragement and acknowledgment for who you were rather than what you did, most likely you have a fairly healthy sense of self-esteem. However, if abusive actions or demeaning comments occurred, you probably developed negative beliefs about yourself.
When you identify the underlying beliefs through processes of emotional healing, you will be freer to develop a healthier self-concept. Patterns of workaholism, an excessive drive to perform, or a strong desire to please others often fade, as you gain a stronger sense of your own self-value.
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