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Therapist Match:
Andrew Kun
(midtown Toronto & Scarborough)
Marsha Berniker
(Thornhill)
Helen Reilly
(midtown Toronto)
Louise Hampson
(the Annex)
Annette Bradshaw
(Bloor-Christie)
Laura Di Vilio
(the Beaches & West End)
Sylvia Kraus
(Queen-Broadview)
Gui Mansilla
(West End, Etobicoke)
Wendy Kirk
(North York)
P.Anne Winter
(midtown Toronto)
Self-Esteem
Self-esteem is the opinion you have of yourself.

Adequate self-esteem based on a clear personal appreciation of your character, talents, values and desires is essential to a satisfactory life.


It is based mainly on your attitude to your value as a person, the job you do, your achievements, how you think others see you, your purpose in life, your potential for success, your strengths and weaknesses and your independence or ability to stand on your own feet.
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