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Which statement can help build a person’s self-esteem? a. “I am really proud of you.” b. “You really disappointed me with your presentation.” c. “You should strive to do better next time.” d. “Your work was lacking and uninspiring.”
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The statement “I am really proud of you” can help build a person’s self-esteem.
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