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The physical activity levels, the physical introduction of themselves and self esteem of the II stage secondary education students (in Turkish).
Table-3: Mean, Standard deviation, and t-value for age level or marital status of eunuchs on self esteem scale (N=140).
Appreciation by the listeners enhances self esteem of the musicians.
Another study done on Korean soldiers showed that soldiers with low self esteem are more prone towards psychiatric morbidity and suicidal ideation1.
Earlier studies investigated narcissism and self-esteem in relation to faces book addiction; self esteem is also studied in relation to subjective wellbeing.
The collective self-esteem point varies between 0 and 6, and the scores go through self esteem level classification.
Conclusion: On the basis of the above mentioned results it can be concluded that usually the way an individual perceives and emotionally handles any given situation reflects how much a person is satisfied with life as well as has a better self esteem besides having everyday difficulties.
But control group did not receive psychotherapy, also, for estimating tests, subscales of interpersonal relations of Bradberry and Grieves 2005, Alberti & Emmons Tools questionnaire 1995 and Copper smith self esteem questionnaire were used.
Self-esteem is also considered both as a protective and a risk factor in educational attainment of adolescents, as self esteem has been found to be related to educational attainment and success in the work force (Wilson and Portes, 1975); and academic success among students (Brown and Alexander, 1991; Gaus, Wood, Beech, Taylor, and Michela, 1994; Orenstein, 1994), while low self-esteem with low school achievement (Richardson and Rayder, 1987).
Table 1 General Strategy for building healthy self esteem Stages Perceived Outcomes Stage 1: Conversationally in the pre-talk, Expectancy suggest indirectly that self-esteem is flexible, that it changes over time, and depends on the context.
Academic Achievement and its relationship with anxiety, self esteem, optimism, pessimism in Kuwaiti students.

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