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How to improve your self-esteem and life with a disability

10 tips: to improving your self-esteem and life with a disability

I am 18 years old Dominika with Asperger's syndrome. Sometimes we want to improve our self-esteem or self-acceptance.

Tip #1:

Always stay true to yourself. Don't try to pretend to be someone else. Believe in yourself and trust yourself.

Tip #2:

Share kindness with others and yourself.

Tip #3:

Find your passion and be creative. Express yourself and your feelings with art. It can be drawing, poetry, music or cooking.

Tip #4:

Think about self-care and your lifestyle. Say something positive to yourself. Drink more water. Eat healthily. Excercise. Go to the gym, swim, horseback ride, etc.

Tip #5:

Don't be a prisoner of your past or other people's opinions.

Tip #6:

Don't compare yourself to others. Just feel comfortable in your own skin.

Tip #7:

Don't be worried about things you can't control.

Tip #8:

Always try to stay with smile and cheerful attitude. Enjoy little things. Be grateful.

Tip #9:

Try to accept yourself and your disability. Accept your mind and body the way it is. Don't be ashamed of your disability. You are able to reach your goals and dreams if you have courage.

Tip #10:

Remember that you are worthy of love and acceptance. You are unique. Nobody can change that.

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My name is Dominika and I am 18 years old from Poland. I was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome.

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How to improve your self-esteem and life with a disability

I am 18 years old Dominika with Asperger's syndrome. Sometimes we want to improve our self-esteem or self-acceptance.Always stay true to you