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Coping Strategies To Promote Self Esteem In Alcoholism

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The intake of alcoholic beverages is a huge social issue. Worldwide, an estimated 2.3 billion individuals consume alcohol, with an average daily consumption of 33 grammes of pure alcohol. Self-esteem is a measure of one’s self-awareness and sense of personal worth. The process of behaving and then thinking about acts, as well as how others interpret actions, shapes one’s self-perception. Self-esteem refers to how we feel about ourselves and how much we regard ourselves. Alcoholism has far-reaching consequences and might result in mental health issues. One of the most typical effects found in alcoholics is the development of poor self-esteem. This term refers to a person’s total subjective sentiments of personal worth and value. It has a wide range of effects. It has an impact on a variety aspect of life, including substance abuse and recovery. The majority of alcoholics have a low sense of self-esteem. They have struggled to cope with their lives and frequently have significant emotional, family, social, and occupational issues, as well as financial, legal, and sexual issues. Coping is frequently studied in terms of its potential to reduce negative consequences. Coping skills can also help you achieve more favourable results.


R. Ajitha Nancy Rani, V. Hemavathy. Coping Strategies To Promote Self Esteem In Alcoholism. Cardiometry; Issue 24; November 2022; p.960-964; DOI: 10.18137/cardiometry.2022.24.960964; Available from:


Alcoholism,  Self-esteem,  Feelings,  Values,  Mental health,  Coping
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