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What do people with high self-esteem behave like?


How are self-esteem and the elephant in the living room connected?


The elephant in the living room is an expression that means a couple has a problem, but neither partner is willing to face or address it.


A checklist to see if your self-esteem is healthy – knowing it can change daily – but the foundation is to know that you are special, worthy and lovable no matter what is happening in your outer world.


Self-esteem and the elephant in the room are closely linked. Understanding that it’s your responsibility to fill your own esteem up and not wait for your partner to do it for you.


Two qualities are needed to deal with the elephant in the living room.


Working through your conditioning strategies, and patterns from the family of origin and understanding the masks that may be worn are also enormously helpful in talking about the elephant in the living room.


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