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explain how individual identity and self esteem are linked with wellbeing
Individual identity and self esteem play a huge role in ones well being. When one feels good about themselves and they think very positively about themselves, their health tends to be over all better. [ Smiles relieve stress and tension and well being has a lot to do with that.Its been shown that thoughts effect a persons physiology and immune system. A person with a low self-esteem would
probably have more negative thoughts about themselves and also behave in a way that might cause others to reinforce this low opinion of themselves which will increase those negative feelings. Identity-a person with a strong sense of self who knows who there are,are less likely to find themselves in situations that they don't want to tolerate,when they feel these might have a negative effect on themselves. Having said ive seen lots of people that consider themselves to have low self-esteem but they appear very bubbly and happy. ]
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