12 Week Group
Beginning April 13, 2021 at 6pm
Many ask the question, what makes a person turn to self-destructive behaviors, bad relationships, a low self-concept, drugs, or alcohol in the first place? The answer to this question can vary from one individual to another. However, many researchers agreed that “low self-esteem” is a significant factor. For instance, when a person has low self-esteem, they may be more influenced by the world around them. Self-defeating behaviors such as not believing in one’s self or abilities, comparing one’s self to others, and one’s view of the world. The use of drugs and alcohol changes a person’s brain and body chemistry. These changes have a negative impact on a person’s ability to have a healthy sense of self-esteem, which affect one’s thought patterns. The link between low self-esteem and self-defeating behaviors can be broken if you take steps to raise your self-esteem. This 12-week group will help one to understand how one’s self-esteem has influenced one’s decision-making skills, self-perception, and quality of life. True change comes from within, let us begin our journey together.
If you are interested in participating, please contact Dessera for details!