Self-esteem: how to change mental patterns to increase positive self-perception

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How many times have we encountered haughty and arrogant people, who are self-confident, presumptuous, superior and who despise everyone? The classic narcissus!

In these cases we speak of hypertrophic self esteem , an excessive self-esteem that sometimes, with these attitudes, goes to mask what, in reality, is a low self-esteem…

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