The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem

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The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem is a psychology book written by Dr. Nathaniel Branden. Dr. Branden is known as the "father" of the Self-Esteem movement and this book is his most popular work. The book describes what the author believes are the key elements that raise or lower the self-esteem of an individual.[1]

The Six Pillars are:

  1. The Practice of Living Consciously
  2. The Practice of Self-Acceptance
  3. The Practice of Self-Responsibility
  4. The Practice of Self-Assertiveness
  5. The Practice of Living Purposefully
  6. The Practice of Personal Integrity

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