Show concern for people
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Nobody likes to admit to being wrong or owning a mistake or a conflict in most situations. That’s a common thing among human beings, everyone tries to avoid anything that'll make us look wrong or bad. However, we all need to learn to take responsibility for things that happen and you must first realize that you contributed to that very situation or circumstance. This requires you not to blame others or find excuses when a problem arise or a mistake is made, Instead, you acknowledge that there is a problem and look for ways to solve the problem or reduce the effect and even prevent that problem from happening again. The first thing to do to make things better is by agreeing that you had a part in every situation that has been bad or wrong. One of the signs of low self-esteem is for someone to always look for ways to push blames to others or make excuses in a bad situation.
If you continue to blame others or make excuses when things do not go well, you'll never learn from the mistake and do better next time. If you have a strong feeling of self-worth, you'll respond betterto criticism, mistakes instead of reacting the wrong way. Therefore, the next time you find yourself in a wrong or bad situation, do not push the blames to others instead, stop and think about what you can learn from situation that would help you do better next time. This will help you in the future, it will improve your performance in the future. Be willing to accept that you're wrong about a thing and this will improve your self-esteem.
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When someone comes to you with a problem, show sincere concern. It is not just a matter of words; it is a matter of showing that you genuinely care. There are several ways in which you can do this – you can listen, try to be of help, reassure the other person that he or she has a friend who is ready to help if needed. You should be careful not to become too involved, as that can create undue stress. When someone comes to you with a problem, show sincere concern. It is not just a matter of words; it is a matter of showing that you genuinely care. Perhaps you are trying to help someone else with a problem.
You show you care by leaning forward, nodding and offering advice. But what if they don't want your advice? Many people just need to vent. They need to tell you about their problem. When someone comes to you with a problem, show sincere concern. Don't say, "I know what's wrong with you," or, "It will all work out." Just silently listen. The person will find comfort in this. Your focus on him or her will amaze the person and make him or her feel better. Allowing others to vent is an art. When someone vents to you, allow him or her to finish without interruption. Don't change the subject, even if the problem seems trivial to you. If you are so inclined, write down your ideas for solutions on a piece of paper so that the person doesn't feel judged.
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