Promoting positive self-esteem in our everyday lives

PUBLISHED: 29 Feb 2024


In the fast-paced and often demanding world we live in, prioritising mental health has never been more crucial and GroceryAid are here to support you. GroceryAid prioritise the wellbeing of grocery colleagues and offers a range of free and confidential services that can help you develop positive self-esteem and your mental health.

Self-esteem plays an integral role in shaping our mental health and well-being. Positive self-esteem acts as a foundation for individual resilience, confidence, and healthy relationships.

There are, however, some things you can do to help yourself, including:

Self-Reflection:  Reflect on your strengths, accomplishments, and the qualities that make you unique. Take time to understand and challenge negative self-talk.

Set Realistic Goals: Break down larger goals into smaller, achievable steps. Celebrate your successes, no matter how small, to build a sense of accomplishment.

Surround Yourself with Positivity: Foster relationships with people who uplift and support you. Distance yourself from negativity, whether it be in the form of individuals or influences.

Self-Care: Prioritise self-care activities that nourish both your body and mind. Adequate sleep, a balanced diet, and regular exercise contribute to a positive self-image.

If you think you could benefit from some emotional support, GroceryAid has a range of services that could help you, including: individual counselling sessions and relationship counselling which you can learn more about here:

For immediate, in the moment support, you can call the Helpline on 08088 021 122. It’s open 24/7, 365 days a year and you will be able to speak to a qualified counsellor can help.

GroceryAid also offers a variety of self-help tools on their Online Health and Wellbeing platform which includes bitesize content, mindfulness videos and online CBT. You can visit this at:



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