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    Senior Member Nonsensical's Avatar
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    Hmm, well..I think we tend to have about medium. We don't have low self-esteems, because we don't let every little thing hurt us, and we aren't really full of ourselves because we do let our emotions control us at times, so I'd say medium..which I think fits.

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    high

    personally

    though i know many who have EXTREMELY low self esteem

    mostly because like i mentioned twice above personality doesn't have anything to do with it lol
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    I think type is irrelevant to self-esteem.
    I'm a firm believer in your childhood molding alot of your beliefs, and how you perceive yourself counts as one of those beliefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvanTheClown View Post
    I think type is irrelevant to self-esteem.
    I'm a firm believer in your childhood molding alot of your beliefs, and how you perceive yourself counts as one of those beliefs.
    Ditto.(Yes..I changed my mind because I take a distance from types now.I try not to quickly to jump to type conclusions in case anyone notices(ed) the previous post)
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I think I have moderate to low self-esteem, and that might come from being really sensitive to things. I'm easily affected emotionally and I don't think greatly of myself or people in general. However, I have moderate to high self-confidence, so I don't think my low self-esteem generally tends to show because a lot of people seem to equate low self-esteem with low self-confidence. However, I am pretty sure of myself and who I am and of what my skills and abilities are and I am happy with them, but I don't feel so much love for myself and who I am.

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    I have low self esteem.

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    Depends, most of the time is average, sometimes is low and sometimes I feel great. Most people think I have a lot of selfstem though.
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    For me it depends on the situation. With some things I'm very confident.With more personal things, I'm very self-conscious and have lower self-esteem.

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    I have moderate to high self-esteem. As a teen it was low to medium. In college it was medium.

    In general, I believe I have more strengths than weaknesses.
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