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On the Psychological Significance and Education of Adolescent Self-esteem

Yuze Sun

Victoria Shanghai Academy, Hong Kong, China.

*Corresponding author: Yuze Sun

Published: November 30,2023

Abstract

Suhomlinski, an educator from the former Soviet Union, emphasized that "self-esteem is a highly delicate aspect for young individuals, serving as a potential catalyst for students to advance, a motivating force for progress, an impetus for growth, and a noble and untainted psychological attribute." Today, as we advocate for the education of self-esteem, self-love, self-reliance, and self-improvement among young people, and emphasize the importance of their holistic development, the cultivation and education of self-esteem have become crucial issues. Self-esteem is not only an important aspect of adolescent psychological well-being, but it also influences the development of other qualities in adolescents. Adolescence is a crucial period for the development of individual self-esteem. Self-esteem, as one of the important aspects of personality devel-opment, plays a crucial role in shaping children's healthy personality and promoting their social adaptability. The level of self-esteem of an individual should continue to improve as they grow and develop, deepen their socialization, and form their cognitive abilities. The individual's self-recognition and evaluation should become more stable and mature. It is important to understand the factors that influence self-esteem and its development.

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How to cite this paper

On the Psychological Significance and Education of Adolescent Self-esteem

How to cite this paper: Yuze Sun. (2023). On the Psychological Significance and Education of Adolescent Self-esteem. The Educational Review, USA7(10), 1615-1618.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2023.10.030