It's no secret that women struggle to maintain positive self-esteem. From the age-old question "Does this make my butt look big?" to more serious issues like feeling like you're the black sheep of your family, we all fight against our inner critic on daily basis.
Unfortunately, your battle against negative self-esteem doesn't only affect yourself, but it also impacts your romantic relationships. According to a 2013 study, self-esteem influences our own relationship satisfaction, as well as that of our partner's. When we routinely feel bad about ourselves and...
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