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Source: Attitudes & Attire, Dallas, Texas, USA. www.attitudesandattire.org Self-esteem is the internal experience of one’s own worthiness and value as a person. It comes from inside a person and moves outward into relationships. People with positive self-esteem know they are valuable and worthy even when they make a mistake, are confronted by an angry person, are cheated or lied to, or are rejected by a lover, friend, parent, child, or boss. Self-esteem vs. Other-esteem. Other-esteem is fragile and undependable because it relies upon outside factors beyond your control rather than inside factors like self-esteem. Other-esteem can be based on: how you