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    #1

    self-esteem/sense of worth

    Hi

    Is there any difference between self-esteem and sense of worth?

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    Re: self-esteem/sense of worth

    You could define self-esteem as a sense of your own worth, I suppose. How would you use sense of worth in a sentence?

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    Re: self-esteem/sense of worth

    Sense of worth is used when referring to other people, and self-esteem when referring to yourself. I don't recall ever seeing "sense of worth" being used anywhere though.

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