*  Low Self-Esteem - Manage Any Schoolchild
There is nothing in the world that will take the chips off of one's shoulders like a feeling of success. Thomas Wolfe.. Low self-esteem underlies many of children's problems. Their self-esteem declines when they receive more discouraging, negative messages then encouraging, positive ones. They see themselves as more bad than good. It's hard for children to grow, accept failures, take on risks and challenges, be optimistic, keep trying, and feel competent when their incoming messages are telling them otherwise. A child's opinion of himself mirrors what adults and other children tell him. No child thinks more of himself than what he learns from other people.. Children feel good about themselves when they achieve goals, receive praise, and feel like they are needed and belong to a group. If a child doesn't get these positive ingredients he may feel inferior, overreact to criticism, or develop a there's-no-point-in-trying attitude, because whatever he does won't be good enough anyway. His ...
  http://manage-any-schoolchild.com/low-self-esteem/
*  New National Report Reveals the High Price of Low Self-Esteem
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Dec. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- New National Report Reveals the High Price of Low Self-Esteem. Dove(R) Addresses Self-Esteem Crisis with...
  http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/new-national-report-reveals-the-high-price-of-low-self-esteem-65355592.html
*  Self-affirmation changes health behavior | SPSP
By Tracy Epton. People engage in many behaviors that are bad for their health such as smoking, not exercising, eating unhealthily or drinking too much alcohol. What is intriguing is that people continue pursuing an unhealthy lifestyle even when they are confronted by information that tells them that these choices are bad for them; they minimize the risks or even deny them altogether. Self-affirmation theory (Steele, 1988) offers an explanation of why people do this.. Self-affirmation theory states that people are motivated to maintain their self-integrity (i.e., a positive self-image as "adaptively and morally adequate", Steele, 1988, p. 262). Certain types of information threaten self-integrity; for example information that suggests that our lifestyle choices are bad for our health would indicate that we were not adaptively adequate (after all, why would someone intentionally continue to do something that is harmful to their health). In these circumstances we act defensively to avoid accepting ...
  http://www.spsp.org/news-center/blog/self-affirmation-changes-health-behavior
*  The Impact of Macromastia on Adolescents: A Cross-Sectional Study | Articles | Pediatrics
METHODS: The following surveys were administered to adolescents with macromastia and control subjects, aged 12 to 21 years: Short-Form 36v2, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, Breast-Related Symptoms Questionnaire, and Eating-Attitudes Test-26 (EAT-26). Demographic variables and self-reported breast symptoms were compared between the 2 groups. Linear regression models, unadjusted and adjusted for BMI category (normal weight, overweight, obese), were fit to determine the effect of case status on survey score. Odds ratios for the risk of disordered eating behaviors (EAT-26 score ≥20) in cases versus controls were also determined. ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2012/07/11/peds.2011-3869
*  Rosenberg: Senate probe welcome, husband to enter treatment - Times Union
Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg speaks from behind a podium outside his office at the Statehouse to a throng of media Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, in Boston. Rosenberg said his husband, Bryon Hefner, will soon be entering treatment for alcoholism, one day after The Boston Globe reported that several men had accused Hefner of sexual assault and harassment. Some of the men had professional dealings with the Legislature. less ...
  http://www.timesunion.com/news/crime/article/Senate-seeks-outside-probe-of-Rosenberg-spouse-12397862.php
*  Alexander Rosenberg, Ph.D. - University of Rochester Medical Center
Dr. Rosenberg is a bioinformatics scientist in the Division on Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology. Prior to joining the University of Rochester, he spent over ten years in the Boston-area biotechnology industry. His interests cover broad areas of bioinformatics, from data modeling, databases and software pipeline development for high-throughput workflows, through analysis and innovative visualization approaches for large biological data sets. Dr. Rosenberg directs the Bioinformatcs and Data Visualization Service Center which serves the Medical Center community. He is also part of the Rochester Center for Health Informatics where he applies data science methodology to problems in healthcare delivery. ...
  https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/people/27300312-alexander-rosenberg/articles
*  which former UM coach is best buds with Rosenberg? | mgoblog
A caller on WTKA this morning stated that Rosenberg had bias vs. RR because 'a former UM coach and Rosenberg are best buddies and that coach is behind this attempt to drive RR out' The caller did not give the former UM coach's name...neither did Sam Webb, but Webb stated that the guy was welcome to have his opinion and left it at that.
  http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/which-former-um-coach-best-buds-rosenberg?page=0,1
*  2012 January | Connie Vaughn
My own first gut reaction was that "self-acceptance vs. personal growth" was a nonsensical question or dilemma anyway (kind of like when someone asks you, if we have free will, why can't we fly out of windows?). But I thought about some of the ways people sometimes respond to my blog, and I realized that this is a big concern. There's a question about when do exercise or body goals represent the same lack of self-acceptance that leads to eating disorders, low self-esteem, comparing oneself to others, being overly susceptible to impossible advertising images, and the like?. Steve P. isn't talking mainly about body goals, though his ideas apply. Both of us believe there is no true opposition between self-acceptance and self-improvement. To explain, Steve P. invokes Stephen Covey's concept of "true north," which means knowing and applying your core values. Examples he gives include unconditional love, service to humanity, faith in a higher power, compassion, nonviolence, and so on. Which ones ...
  http://connievaughn.com/2012/01
*  Connecting Low Self-Esteem With Depression
Some positive mindsets, to encourage self esteem, are to begin to do some self inventory. Take a look as personal strengths and write them down. Keep adding to the list daily as new ones are discovered. Write down compliments from others and have a reward day set aside for achievements and accomplishments. Even if not feeling entirely well internally, behaving differently externally can help change this with posturing by standing, walking and talking in a more confident and direct manner when engaging others. Often others will engage and return communication in a more positive manner as well. Saying thank you, smiling and showing genuine appreciation and interest with others can go a long way toward self confidence and ultimately self esteem. Struggling with depression, especially if it is tied to self esteem, does not have to be an exhausting experience. Choose to do what is best that leads to a positive, helpful and healthy outcome ...
  http://lifeworksgroup.blogspot.com/2013/01/connecting-low-self-esteem-with.html
*  Is Self-Esteem a 'Double Edged Sword'? Self-Esteem and the Onset of Adolescent Sexual Activity
Downloadable! Self-esteem has been conceptualized as a 'social vaccine'. The belief is that high self-esteem can inoculate young people, against vulnerability to a wide range of social illnesses. This study gives a contribution in the understanding of the causal relation between self-esteem and sexual behaviour among American adolescents. I analyzes the impact of different levels of early self-esteem on a wide set of risky sexual behaviours. I use data from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health and I take into account the endogeneity of self-esteem using instrumental variables methods and measuring self-esteem before sexual initiation. I find that self-esteem over a certain threshold' is a protective resource for girls, delaying the onset of sexual activity, reducing the number of occasional sexual partners and increasing the likelihood of having protected sexual encounters.
  https://ideas.repec.org/p/iza/izadps/dp7171.html
*  Physical Self-Acceptance
According to psychologist Carol Ryff, the term self-acceptance refers to positive evaluations of oneself and one's past life...READ MORE HERE
  http://psychology.iresearchnet.com/sports-psychology/body-image-and-self-esteem/physical-self-acceptance/
*  Acne and Self Esteem, what is the relationship?
We all know the value of a healthy self esteem. Studies show that acne has a negative impact on self esteem. Acne and self esteem are closely related.
  http://www.revitalizebeautifulskin.com/acne/acne-and-self-esteem/
*  My Birding field trips: July 2014
Besides my health deteriorating as the years goes by, unknowingly I also suffer low self-esteem and mild depression due to my disfigured physical appearance of the prominent rib hump. Unintentionally I shrank into dark corner and inflicted with self-hatred. I have a lot of whys am I have spine deformities. I am frustrated because my body could not hang my clothes nicely. I don't like others to take any photos of me then. I wish not to see my disfigured physical appearance. I pass my days with fear knowing well the facts that I am heading to paralysis. Those days I am clueless on where to find the spine doctor and to what level spine surgery has advanced to. I am grateful to GOD who is all knowing, that somehow in HIS right time HE lead me to the right spine doctor. When I ponder back if I don't seek medical help on time, my spine deformities/curve increase and it continue to cause pressure on my nerves. Eventually it will lead me to loss co-ordination on my legs making me difficult to walk and ...
  http://wcm-birding.blogspot.com/2014/07/
*  My Birding field trips: 2014
Besides my health deteriorating as the years goes by, unknowingly I also suffer low self-esteem and mild depression due to my disfigured physical appearance of the prominent rib hump. Unintentionally I shrank into dark corner and inflicted with self-hatred. I have a lot of whys am I have spine deformities. I am frustrated because my body could not hang my clothes nicely. I don't like others to take any photos of me then. I wish not to see my disfigured physical appearance. I pass my days with fear knowing well the facts that I am heading to paralysis. Those days I am clueless on where to find the spine doctor and to what level spine surgery has advanced to. I am grateful to GOD who is all knowing, that somehow in HIS right time HE lead me to the right spine doctor. When I ponder back if I don't seek medical help on time, my spine deformities/curve increase and it continue to cause pressure on my nerves. Eventually it will lead me to loss co-ordination on my legs making me difficult to walk and ...
  http://wcm-birding.blogspot.com/2014/
*  High Praise Might Backfire on Kids With Low Self-Esteem - Drugs.com MedNews
Although children who feel good about themselves might thrive on praise from their parents or other adults, exaggerated compliments could have the opposite effe
  https://www.drugs.com/news/praise-might-backfire-kids-low-self-esteem-49871.html
*  Dr. Roger Rosenberg leads research of Alzheimer's DNA vaccine: Department of Neurology - UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
associated with Alzheimer's disease, without causing the severe brain swelling seen in some patients of earlier antibody treatments.. Two studies from the Peter O'Donnell Jr. Brain Institute demonstrate in animals how a vaccine containing DNA of the toxic beta-amyloid protein elicits a different immune response that may be safe for humans.. "We believe this kind of immune response has a high probability of being safe in humans and also being effective to make high levels of antibody," said Dr. Rosenberg, co-author of the studies and Director of the Alzheimer's Disease Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center.. Read the full story. ...
  http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/medical-school/departments/neurology/news-and-events/news/dna-vaccine-rosenberg.html
*  Dr. Remi Rosenberg, MD - Stamford, CT - Internal Medicine | Healthgrades.com
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*  Dr. Stanley Rosenberg, MD - Miami, FL - Internal Medicine & Ophthalmology | Healthgrades.com
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*  Dr. Anne Rosenberg, MD - Woodbury, MN - Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism | Healthgrades.com
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*  Dr. Paul Rosenberg, MD - Madison, IN - Orthopedic Surgery | Healthgrades.com
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*  Dr. David Rosenberg, MD - Los Alamitos, CA - Neurology | Healthgrades.com
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*  Dr. Pinchas P Rosenberg, MD | Cranberry Township, PA
Dr. Pinchas Rosenberg specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of retinal diseases. Particular areas of interest include Macular Degeneration, Diabe
  http://www.everett-hurite.com/md/drpinchasrosenberg
*  "The in vivo distribution of transferred syngeneic, alloageneic, and xe" by D J. Mathisen and S A. Rosenberg
Mathisen, D J. and Rosenberg, S A., "The in vivo distribution of transferred syngeneic, alloageneic, and xenogeneic lymphoid cells: implication for the adoptive immunotherapy of tumors." (1980). Subject Strain Bibliography 1980. 2992 ...
  https://mouseion.jax.org/ssbb1980/2992/