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Self-Esteem Improvement Audios

  • Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version
  • Self-Esteem Self-Talk
  • Self-Esteem Train
  • Self-Esteem Blackboard
  • Related reading:

  • 20 Steps to Better Self-Esteem
  • The Pillars of the Self-Concept: Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy
  • PsychNotes: Self-Esteem

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    Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version

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    Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version with music

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    Self-Esteem Self-Talk

    If you use these audios, please support their development. Just $1 for each audio you use could greatly help with creating more audios!




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    Self-Esteem Self-Talk with music

    If you use these audios, please support their development. Just $1 for each audio you use could greatly help with creating more audios!




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    Self-Esteem Train

    If you use these audios, please support their development. Just $1 for each audio you use could greatly help with creating more audios!




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    Self-Esteem Train with music

    If you use these audios, please support their development. Just $1 for each audio you use could greatly help with creating more audios!




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    Self-Esteem Blackboard

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    Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version

    Audio rational thinking exercise focused on improving self-esteem and reducing negative self-evaluation  by changing self-talk.  This exercise is best used when you have already completed reading about rational self-talk so that you know the basic methods of how to talk rationally to yourself.  It doesn't tell you what to say to yourself but guides you through exercises and opportunities to change self-talk.

    The full version includes both the Self-Esteem Self-Talk and the Self-Esteem Train. Therefore, it is about 35 minutes long.

    This may be used while sitting or lying down in a quiet, comfortable place.  Just close your eyes and listen without trying to force yourself to relax.  If your mind wanders, gently bring yourself back to focus on the words.

    This exercise is best the more fully relaxed you are.  If you are unable to relax completely, listen to the relaxation exercises such as the meadow or mountain cabin until you are more skilled with relaxation.

    Do not use while operating a vehicle! 

    Self-Esteem Self-Talk

    Audio rational thinking exercise focused on improving self-esteem and reducing negative self-evaluation  by changing self-talk.  This audio is included in the Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version.

    This may be used while sitting or lying down in a quiet, comfortable place.  Just close your eyes and listen without trying to force yourself to relax.  If your mind wanders, gently bring yourself back to focus on the words.

    This exercise is best the more fully relaxed you are.  If you are unable to relax completely, listen to the relaxation exercises such as the meadow or mountain cabin until you are more skilled with relaxation.

    Do not use while operating a car! 

    Self-Esteem Train

    Audio rational thinking exercise focused on improving self-esteem by having you visualize a train ride through your life and changing your self-talk regarding different events in your life. This exercise is best used when you have already completed reading about rational self-talk so that you know the basic methods of how to talk rationally to yourself.  It doesn't tell you what to say to yourself but guides you through exercises and opportunities to change self-talk. This audio is included in the Self-Esteem Improvement Full Version.

    This may be used while sitting or lying down in a quiet, comfortable place.  Just close your eyes and listen without trying to force yourself to relax.  If your mind wanders, gently bring yourself back to focus on the words.

    This exercise is best the more fully relaxed you are.  If you are unable to relax completely, listen to the relaxation exercises such as the meadow or mountain cabin until you are more skilled with relaxation.

    Do not use while operating a car! 

    Self-Esteem Blackboard

    Audio rational thinking exercise focused on improving self-esteem by having you visualize writing your negative self-talk on a blackboard and erasing it to change it to more positive self-talk. This exercise is best used when you have already completed reading about rational self-talk so that you know the basic methods of how to talk rationally to yourself.  It doesn't tell you what to say to yourself but guides you through exercises and opportunities to change self-talk.

    This may be used while sitting or lying down in a quiet, comfortable place.  Just close your eyes and listen without trying to force yourself to relax.  If your mind wanders, gently bring yourself back to focus on the words.

    This exercise is best the more fully relaxed you are.  If you are unable to relax completely, listen to the relaxation exercises such as the meadow or mountain cabin until you are more skilled with relaxation.

    Do not use while operating a car! 



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  • Rejection Elicits Positive Coping Among Those With High Self-Esteem
  • "Common Sense" Approach to Praise Can Worsen Self-esteem in Vulnerable Children
  • Social Success: Your Self-Esteem May Get In Your Way, Not Your Ability
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