Low self-esteemhave side effect to teen ager, this effect can lead to abusing themselves bywanting to use alcohol or party at night because they feel better and comfortable.There are disorders that are connected to low self-esteem bulimia and nataldepression. There are symptoms of low self-esteem over eating, under eating,anxiety, depression etc. because they think that other people are better thanthem (ogle,2005). Most of the teenager in the world have low self-esteembecause they see their life as a negative and worthless (crocke,2006).
That maypush to not exert effort because they feel that they are pointless and hopeless(Burke, 2008) According to Gyura et. al. (2007). Thecause of low self-esteem is lack of support from family, friends, and jobs.
Beingbullied and discriminate by classmate or the other people around. If the personexperiencing the sexual and verbal abuse in a violent way that may push to aperson to think that is normal from the because he/she cannot feel love andvalued from the people around them. The reason why of low self-esteem in aperson is by hearing a comment and experience incident that has a negativeimpact that may affect and can change their beliefs cause of what the environmentwant to feel from the person. According to Zeigler-hill (2006)the consequences of low self-esteem is can lead to a person of using drugs andalcohol abuse. According to hill (2006) the consequence includes the anxiety,stress, depression, and loneliness, lack of confidence, problem with academicperformance, family friends and work.
According to Gyura et. al. (2007) thenegative impact of low self-esteem is self-destruct behavior Stinson et al. (2008) found thatlower self-esteem in adolescents is predictive of poor health, and the authorspresented a model to explain this relationship as a result from poor qualitysocial bonds. Studies such as this underscore the holistic nature of facets ofadolescent functioning and the need to better understand the interaction offactors that affect positive development and well-being. Wellness models basedin counseling emphasize these interactions and provide a structure fordeveloping strength-based counseling interventions (Myers & Sweeney, 2008).
The importance of such interventions during adolescence lies in helping youngperson’s choose healthy behaviors as a foundation for healthy functioning acrossthe life span (Rayle & Moorhead, 2005). Although virtually all Wellnessmodels include attention to self-worth in relation to Wellness, studiesexamining the relationship of Wellness factors to self-esteem among adolescentshave not been conducted.According to previousstudies, parental pattern may influence the self-esteem of adolescents. Aresearch made by Van Volkom (2009) revealed that college women who feltover-protected in the early years as well as currently may have lowself-esteem. The possible explanation would be: children receive a negativemessage from their parents that they cannot take care of themselves; they alsodo not receive encouragement or trust from their parents regarding theirabilities to handle different matters.
These two factors lead to lowself-esteem. Moreover, the research shows that participants’ family situation,such as parents’ employment and marital status (for example: divorce, separated,widowed or unmarried) as well as birth order do not impact children’sself-esteem