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explain how individual identity and self-esteem are linked with well-being
Individual identity and self esteem are linked with well-being in a sense that if an individual knows his or her identity, he/she will feel easily know how to interact with others and will evaluate his or herself on why he/she feel that way, [ so in that situation, it would help him/her avoid having a negative thought about his/herself. Also, having a high level of self esteem will help the
person avoid to feel depressed and to think negative feelings about his/herself. All this contribute to well-being of a person, a sense of identity and high level of self esteem will help the person achieve his/her maximum potential and makes him/her have a well-being as a person. ]
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