About Fay Agathangelou, Author of the Building Self-Esteem Blog
Hello, I’m Fay Agathangelou and I’m thrilled to be writing for the Building Self-Esteem Blog. I am a former life coach, with a philosophy of living life to the fullest, and being the best person you can be. As well as holistic life coaching, I am particularly passionate about wellness and confidence building. I believe that having a healthy self-esteem is the key to following your dreams and living the life you want without the fears that hold so many people back. I also believe that embracing your individuality is vital for healthy self-esteem. It is important to be comfortable with who you are in order to live the best possible life. Uniqueness is what makes us all special so let’s embrace that. It is astonishing that so many people don’t see their overall worth as a person. They don’t see their good qualities and that gets in the way of their health and happiness.
Building My Own Self-Esteem
Building self-esteem is an issue close to my heart. There were various stages in my life where I had low self-esteem. I lacked confidence and I was shy. I didn’t like who I was and it prevented me from doing the things I really wanted to do. However, through my transformational journey, I grew my self-esteem, I overcame social anxiety and I overcame depression. The changes have been permanent and it has made a huge difference to my quality of life. It has given me the freedom to be myself; I’ve had some amazing experiences and made some wonderful friends as a result.
I know how important building self-esteem is and I’m empowering others through my coaching program, workshops, and articles. In this Building Self-Esteem blog, I will share my insights, provide tips and inspiration to help build your self-esteem.
Agathangelou, F. (2014, October 15). About Fay Agathangelou, Author of the Building Self-Esteem Blog, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2019, July 23 from https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/buildingselfesteem/2014/10/about-fay-agathangelou
Author: Fay Agathangelou
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Social skills and social anxiety are separate issues although they often go together. Many people with social anxiety actually have good social skills yet their low self-esteem leads them to believe otherwise. Others need to work on both and practice is the way to do it.
Thanks for sharing your campaign, it will help a lot of people. Glad you found my post inspiring.