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self-image

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishself-imageˌself-ˈimage noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 THINK/HAVE THE OPINION THATthe idea that you have of yourself, especially of your abilities, character, and appearancepositive/good/poor/negative self-image 🔊 Depression affects people with a poor self-image.
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self-imageBut having good mental health and a good self-image are more important.Along with this new hair-do came a new self-image and way of relating.It is important to stress that our self-image has the power to determine our attitudes and social behaviour.No child should leave school with a sense of failure or a poor self-image.A positive self-image can help you achieve anything you decide to do.The components of the self-image are illustrated in Figure 10.2.And you are assaulting their self-image and threatening their whole life-style.Along the way, various heroes of modernity, such as Gropius and Picasso, overtly identified their self-image as Promethean.positive/good/poor/negative self-imageBut having good mental health and a good self-image are more important.No child should leave school with a sense of failure or a poor self-image.Essentially, all these blocks to communication and self-expression are to do with feelings of inadequacy, and poor self-image.Another said she clearly has poor self-image and yet more surgery isn't going to change that.Four women in five feel they have a more positive self-image and higher self-esteem, too.Each time this judgment is made, it reinforces the negative self-image.Deborah has a very good self-image and no particular hang-ups about her body.Personality based depression happens to people with poor self-image, or to some one who is heavily dependent on others for emotional support.
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