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Which statement is most correct about self-esteem?
a) Self-esteem is set by the teen years. b) Self-esteem is set at birth. c) Self-esteem begins at birth and continues to change throughout life. d) Self-esteem begins to develop in the teen years and ends by early adulthood.
When you practice self-acceptance, you are less likely to __________.
a) understand your own strengths b) understand your own weaknesses c) compare yourself to others d) accept your own appearance
Positive self-talk can be helpful because __________.
a) it assists in improving self-esteem b) it causes others to praise you c) it creates new external expectations d) it reduces the amount of criticism you receive
All of the following are positive strategies for improving self-esteem EXCEPT:
a) choosing good friends b) improving self-image c) strengthening integrity d) changing who you are
If you have integrity, then you are __________.
a) trustworthy b) honest c) reliable d) all of the above
All of the following statements are true about friends EXCEPT:
a) The desire to make friends can affect self-esteem. b) Supportive interactions with friends improve self-esteem. c) Critical comments from friends can improve self-esteem. d) Gossip among friends can negatively affect self-esteem.
A family attempting to improve self-esteem in a child would NOT __________.
a) criticize mistakes b) offer positive feedback c) praise effort over results d) model positive behavior
A person trying to develop higher self-esteem should attempt to choose friends who __________.
a) have a high social status b) try to change your bad habits c) accept who you are d) are extremely wealthy
Which statement is most correct about self-esteem?
a) Self-esteem can fluctuate depending on circumstances. b) Self-esteem only fluctuates after the age of 30. c) Self-esteem does not fluctuate at all throughout life. d) Self-esteem begins at a very high level and decreases throughout life.
One way to improve self-esteem is through positive self-talk.
a) True b) False c) d)
Which of the following is NOT true about self-esteem?
a) Self-esteem is perceived value and self-worth of a person. b) Self-esteem is the same for each member of a family. c) Self-esteem varies from person to person. d) Self-esteem can adapt and change throughout a lifetime
It is important to have critical friends around in order to strengthen your self-esteem.
a) True b) False c) d)
Being rejected by a peer group can negatively influence one's self-esteem.
a) True b) False c) d)
Once integrity has been lost, it is impossible to regain.
a) True b) False c) d)
Families, peers, media, and school all influence one's level of self-esteem.
a) True b) False c) d)
Those with high self-esteem generally live a more fulfilling life and have better relationships.
a) True b) False c) d)
Self-esteem is only determined by family heredity.
a) True b) False c) d)
Outside influences that affect self-esteem come from __________.
a) peers b) puberty c) happiness d) emotions
Every individual can interpret emotions accurately.
a) True b) False c) d)
Everyone will experience most emotions at some point in their life.
a) True b) False c) d)
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