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rosenberg scale of self-esteem



Please indicate with the appropriate number each statement according to how much you agree with it.



1. I am completely satisfied with myself.

                            0     1     2     3 

2. Sometimes I think I'm not worth anything.

                            0     1     2     3 

3. I feel that I have many good qualities.

                            0     1     2     3 

4. I am able to work just as well as most people.

                            0     1     2     3

5. I feel that I do not have much to be proud of.

                            0     1     2     3 

6. Sometimes I feel very unhelpful.

                            0     1     2     3

7. I feel that I am a person who is worth something.

                            0     1     2     3 

8. I would like to have more respect for myself.

                            0     1     2     3

9. I totally tend to think that I am one mistake.

                            0     1     2     3 

10. I take a positive attitude towards myself (stance).

                            0     1     2     3 

Add rounded numbers. The greater the result is the greater your self esteem.


Self-esteem is the most common topic in the field of human personality research, but there is still no consensus among researchers in the definition and procedures of measuring self-esteem (Avsec 2007, 41).


Self-esteem, self-evaluation, or self-worth are found in English in self-esteem, and self-esteem is most often referred to as 'self-concept' or 'self-image'. It is necessary to know that in our translations, self-esteem can be found repeatedly under the term 'self-esteem' (self-esteem), while world literature and research do not generally equate these terms (Kobal 2003, 20).


Self-esteem mainly includes value-neutral self-reports, and self-esteem refers to value self-reports, in which extremely emotional relationships are attached to oneself. Self-esteem is a value aspect (attitude) to itself, and covers primarily the feelings that an individual cultivates to himself. It is established that an individual who has high self esteem usually has a high self-esteem (Kobal 2003, 21).


Self-esteem is among the most researched psychological variables. Since 1967 to date, more than 20,000 research has been published on this topic, more than half of them since 1990. In particular, mechanisms and strategies that maintain a positive evaluation of themselves are associated with self-esteem. The tendency to maintain positive self-esteem is the same as the tendency for positive self-respect (Musek 2010, 426).


Self-esteem is the strategy of thinking, behaving, sensing, accepting, respecting, trusting and trusting yourself, and your abilities and skills. We can say that people accept themselves when they are ready to acknowledge and are ready to live with personal weaknesses and weaknesses, without self-criticism. A person respects himself when he treats himself as he would treat someone who respects him. He must have the belief that he has the right to success, happiness, respect, and love. When human behavior and feeling are solid in connection or connection, then we can talk about self-confidence. A person will believe in himself when he feels that he deserves good things in his life and that he has the confidence to fulfill his deepest needs, expectations and goals. Growth and increase of self-esteem means the development of trust and the strengthening of oneself from within (Adamčič Pavlovič 2001, 92).


Self-esteem is a relationship to yourself or a composite image of one's own value. We can define it as trust in our own values. The sense of self-esteem and self-efficacy are the fundamental pillars of healthy self-esteem. If one of them is truncated, the individual's self-image is impaired. If a person does not feel that he is loved and that he can be happy and can be respected and if the fear is on top of everything, the fear of his own thoughts, desires and needs, then his self-image is consequently low, regardless if he has all other qualities are positive and positive (Youngs 2000, 13).

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