Signs you have low self confidence
Your level of confidence can be seen by others in many ways; in your body language, your behaviour, how you speak and how you react to different situations.
If you have low self-confidence you may feel:
You fail at everything and are unsuccessful
You have no drive or direction
Shy and uneasy
A sense of uselessness and worthlessness
Inferior to others or feelings of inadequacy
Bitter about work, social and family relationships
Feelings of low confidence lessen your self esteem and can exasperate negative emotions such as anxiety.
Causes of low self-confidence
Your early environment and influences often have a major effect on how your confidence has developed in your early life.
Many siblings brought up have very different levels of confidence. Children who are encouraged to speak their mind openly usually retain the habit. Children who have been unable to make their needs understood or have not overcome a learning difficulty might feel there is no way forward or opportunities for them.
What can you do about low self-confidence?
Understanding set-backs and problems can be a first step to overcoming them and finding another route as an adult. So although the past may seem to have determined your current confidence level it remains a very flexible trait. 
Paul is able to provide a variety of therapies that intertwine with each other to help you find effective resolve. These include the use of counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness. 
Self-confident people are generally more positive and believe in themselves and their abilities, whereas those with low self-confidence often have negative thoughts about themselves and their ability, which then leads to a downward spiral of under-achievement and disappointment.
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Hertfordshire Wellbeing Centre
If you suffer with low confidence and would like to contact me, I would be delighted to discuss how I can help you and to explore the issues you want to work with. 

You can contact me anytime on 07584 492254.
As an experienced and professional therapist using skills of counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness, I combine these various therapeutic approaches and at the same time utilising your resources to work in the most efficient way possible.
Please take your time to have a look around all of the pages on this website where you will find further details about the treatments on offer. 
This will help to diminish the unwanted symptoms you experience. I can help you  establish highly effective and successful strategies that you are able to use easily, to be free from the negative ways you currently respond to your thoughts, feelings and emotions.
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" Dear Paul. Thank you so much for all your helping me. It's been tremendous. It’s like coming out of an unpleasant trip! Thanks for helping me to think positive and challenge my negative thoughts." M.M. Hitchin.
" Paul has helped me immensely with my anxiety, his patience and kindness has made my journey of coping very smooth and comforting. Paul always went above and beyond to help me overcome any issue I faced. ". B.O. Bedford
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