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Self-esteem: How to overcome Low Self-esteem

len Alfred Ajibola - Tue, 21st January, 2020 @ 19:57: PM

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Academic Questions in Social Studies

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An ancient mode of transportation that requires the use of donkeys and camels is termed _____.

  • A. Human trans-animal

  • B. Human trans-ancient

  • C. Human-animal transportation

  • D. Human mechanical movement

  • E. Human porterage

  • F. Human trans-old

Rail transportation is a type of land transportation.

  • A. True

  • B. False

The following statements are true concerning transportation except _____.

  • A. Transportation is defined as the movement of goods, persons and animals from one point to another.

  • B. Means of transportation is not the same thing as Mode of transportation

  • C. Land transportation is a means of transportation

  • D. Rail transportation is a type of land transport

  • E. Pipeline typically transports liquid and gaseous products

  • F. Human porterage is an ancient mode of transportation

Which of the following is not a Nigerian acronym?

  • A. NBA

  • B. ISO

  • C. KAI

  • D. NAEC

  • E. NAPEP

  • F. MMIA

The acronym ICPC means _____.

  • A. Independent Corrupt Practice Command
  • B. Independent Corrupt Practice Complaints
  • C. Independent Corrupt Practice Court
  • D. Independent Corrupt Practice and other related offences Commission
  • E. Independent Corrupt Practices Cooperation
  • F. Independent Corrupt Pactice Conduct

Nigerian coat of arms - Len Academy

The black shield in the Nigerian Coat of Arm represents the _____.

  • A. Strength of Nigeria

  • B. Pride of Nigeria

  • C. Dark complexion of Nigerians

  • D. Dignity of Nigeria

  • E. Fertile soil of Nigeria

  • F. Beauty of Nigeria

Which of the following is not a Nigerian National Symbol?

  • A. The Nigerian Flag

  • B. The Nigerian National Anthem

  • C. The Nigerian National Pledge

  • D. The Nigerian Naira (NGN)

  • E. The Nigerian National Identity Card

  • F. None of the above

Concerning drug trafficking, which of the following statement is incorrect?

  • A. Drug trafficking is synonymous to drug possession

  • B. Drug trafficking is a criminal act under the constitution of a state

  • C. The use of trafficked drugs can jeopardize one's health

  • D. Drug trafficking is defined as the transfer, selling, importing or exporting of illegal drugs from the point of production to the final consumers

  • E. LSD, cannabis and crack are examples of drugs trafficked

  • F. None of the above



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How to overcome Low Self-esteem:

Low self-esteem is not the same thing as humility. One is considered to have a low self-esteem when they constantly have a low personal reflection of their overall self worth. In this condition, such people are unable to stand for their fundamental human right.

Please read on Your Fundamental Human Rights here.

Similarly, a child with low self-esteem will be afraid to report the evil done towards him or her to the appropriate authorities. For instance, a child with low self-esteem may be scared to report another student who bullies him or her; for fear of being beaten by the so-called bully. This is so because the bully may had initially threatened the child about the consequences of reporting his crimes.

Please read on Reputation and how to Build a Good Reputation here.

Our words and actions are important factors that can positively or negatively affect the self-esteem of others. To this end, we must be very careful with the words we say, especially towards children and teenagers.

Please read on the Concept of SELF-ESTEEM here.

Note: People may use very bad and degrading words on others; and such can be potentially dangerous to overall self-esteem on the recipient of such evil words. In fact, I've read stories on people who committed suicide because of the evil words that was said at them.

Please read on the Meaning and Characteristics of Low Self-esteem here.

Although bad and negative words can be very hurtful when used on us, we must not always dwell within them, else, they may bring down our self-esteem. Interestingly, these "bad" and "negative" words should be the reasons and catalysts why we must work hard in order achieve our dreams. Always understand that each person is simply unique including you reading this article.

Please read on the Meaning and Objectives of Social Studies here.

Below are some steps to follow in order to overcome Low Self-esteem:

  1. Identify the factors that resulted into the low self esteem. It could be that a child is being bullied in school or it may be an aftermath of a relationship breakup. It may also result from the various causes of low self-esteem.
    Please read on the Causes of Low Self-esteem here.
  2. Accept the things you cannot change about yourself. Work towards changing the things you can. In addition, always love yourself for who you are.
    You can read on the Leadership Qualities of Joseph that has transformed Lives here.
  3. Never compare your progress to other people’s progress. Always remember that your finger print is unique to you.
  4. Begin to make some positive efforts towards your dream. It is never too late.
    Please read on your Responsibilities, Duties and Obligations as a Citizen here.
  5. When people throw bricks at you (in the form of insults and negative words); never be discouraged by such words, instead use the bricks as a source of motivation towards building your glorious destiny.
  6. Read positive books and motivational quotes.
    Please read on various Motivational and Inspirational Quotes here.
  7. Remain calm when you don’t achieve perfection. Remember you are human and perfection is actually an unrealistic goal.
    Please read on the Consequences of Adam and Eve's Disobedience here.
  8. If the low esteem resulted from your act of making mistakes, just remember that everyone makes mistake. Your mistakes are your best teacher; so learn from it and don’t be left discouraged by it.
  9. Failure is not when you don’t achieve your goals. Failure is when you stop working in order to achieve your goals.
    Please read on the importance of Cooperation towards achieving Success here.
  10. Begin to choose your friends and stay away from negative friends.
  11. Learn to encourage yourself. Look up to a positive role model if possible.
    Please read the story of the Prodigal Son who encouraged Himself here.
  12. Learn to appreciate every success you make no matter how small it is.
  13. Don’t just believe in yourself. Work towards the belief you have in yourself. The simple truth is; no one can stop you except yourself.

Note: We must always strive to have a healthy self-esteem because people may look up to us as their role model. Always remember that role models can positively or negatively impact the lives of others.

Please read on Values in Civic Education here.

We must accept ourselves for who we are. In addition, we should work hard to positively change what we can about ourselves. When we become successful through the realization of our dreams, those who may have used "negative words" to describe us in the past will end up as part of those to eventually broadcast our praise.

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Alfred Ajibola is a Medical Biochemist, a passionate Academician with over 7 years of experience, a Versatile Writer, a Web Developer, a Cisco Certified Network Associate and a Cisco CyberOps Associate.

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Amazing facts in Social Studies

Car license plate in canada - Len Academy

Some car license plates in the Northwest Territories of Canada are shaped like a polar bear

The Library of Congress located in Washington D.C, America is the world's largest library. It contains over 162 million items in more than 450 languages.

The British Library (with over 150 million items) comes second, followed by the Library and Archives Canada with 54 million items (third), the New York Public Library with 53.1 million items (fourth), and the Russian State Library with 44.4 million items (fifth)

Located in Fez, Morocco, the University of Karueein (or University of Al Quaraouiyine) was founded way back in 859 A.D; and it's the world's oldest university (world's oldest higher learning institution) in the Guinness World Record.

In 1963, it was incorporated into Morocco's modern state university system, with approximately 8,000 students enrolling each academic year

We have got people who have fears on their fears. They are said to exhibit phobophobia which is the fear of phobias

Men big heel shoe - Len Academy

High heel shoes were first designed for men

According to Ecology Global Network, four babies are born every seconds, 250 every minutes, 15,000 every hour, 360,000 everyday and 131.4 million babies every year

People under age 30 account for over 52% of the world's population

People over age 60 make up 12.3% of the world's population

English is not the official language in United States of America.

USA does not actually have an official language

The people of Iceland are called Islanders or Islandic. They actually have got NO railway system in their country


The United Nations has six principal organs or arms. These are

  1. The General Assembly
  2. The Security Council
  3. The Economic and Social Council
  4. The Trusteeship
  5. The International Court of Justice
  6. The Secretariat

United Nations (UN) is the world body set up to promote peace and unity among the countries of the world. It officially came into existence on the 24th day of October, 1945 after it had been ratified by five permanent members of the security council and by the other 46 signatories. These permanent members are:

  1. United States of America
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Soviet Union
  4. Republic of China
  5. France

In total, the numerical strength of the United Nations at its inception was fifty one (51) states