According to the American Psychological Association, self-worth is "an individual's evaluation of himself or herself as a valuable, capable human being deserving of respect and consideration." The benefits of self-worth provide you with the confidence to meet your own needs, solve problems confidently, be more decisive, maintain healthier relationships, and set realistic expectations for goals because they're comfortable knowing their own limitations. Your self-worth is not tied to productivity, test scores, or GPAs. Check out the resources below to improve your self-worth.

Self-Worth Resources

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