“I hate the way I look”
“I’ll never be as good as them.”
“Their relationship is perfect-I’ll never have that.”
Self-esteem is defined by how much you like yourself as a person. Since the days of social media takeover, self-concept has radically shifted. On average people spend 142 minutes a day just on their social media apps. and 11 hours a day interacting with media through screens and audio (https://www.digitalinformationworld.com/2019/01/how-much-time-do-people-spend-social-media-infographic.html) Confidence and self-esteem are in question much of the time. It’s hard to not compare yourself to other people, families, or relationships. “Everyone seems to have it better than me.”
Sixty percent of people using social media reported that it has impacted their self-esteem in a negative way (https://www.huffpost.com/entry/social-medias-impact-on-self-esteem_b_58ade038e4b0d818c4f0a4e4). Focus Therapy combines clinical therapy along with sports psychology confidence coaching to teach skills that increase self-confidence and focus on learning to love yourself.