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May 23, 2011

Self Esteem Playlist

All of the Self-Esteem Building Campaigns going on right now, inspired us to create a Self-Esteem Playlist.

Enjoy and Empower!




What songs remind you to love and accept yourself?

4 comments:

Yandie, Goddess of Pickles. said...

I don't know if it's really a self-esteem song, but my 'I can get through ANYTHING song' is This Year by the Mountain Goats. Just the chorus gets me feeling up and determined when things are down "I am going to make it through this year if it kills me"

Reframed by the Headstones is one for me, as it's kind of introspective and is all about taking your mistakes and looking at them as learning experiences.. Hugh Dillon as the narrator talks about still having faith in himself and that he's 'reframed every single failure'

fox said...

Not Alone by Darren Criss is one of my favorite songs when I'm feeling down... and while it is essentially a love song it reminds me a lot more of my best friend than it does of my boyfriend. While I don't usually listen to Sarah Brightman, I love the lyrics of Beautiful and had them posted on my bedroom wall for quite some time.

And a lot of sadder songs can be really help raise one's self-esteem during a rough time, by giving you the feeling of "yeah, it's rough, and it hurts, but it's alright to hurt and you're not alone." On The Run by 1997 is a good example of this.

Elfy said...

So Unsexy by Alanis Morissette. It breaks down the reasons and little things that make us feel bad and then picks them apart.

Also, Everything's Not Lost by Coldplay, Fighter by Christina Augleria, and Yesterday Feelings by The Used.

Kari said...

Beautiful By Christina Aguilera and It's a Beautiful Day by Queen.