Marshall Brown - February 12, 2023

When Someone Is Hurting My Self-Esteem

Red Flags

How I feel about myself is vitally important to my well-being. When someone else's words or actions consistently cause me to feel bad about myself, that can have a devastating effect on my self-esteem...especially if that person is a friend or even a family member. How can hits to my emotional health serve as warning signs in my relationships? And what can I do when someone I'm connected to continually hurts my self-esteem?

Scripture References: Luke 6:31, 1 Corinthians 6:12, Matthew 18:15, 1 Peter 2:9

From Series: "Red Flags"

"Red flags" serve as warning signs. A burger restaurant that serves "bargain sushi"? That's a red flag. A used car dealer that says, "This vehicle has only been in two previous accidents"? That's a red flag. But what about red flags in relationships? Whether it's in a friendship, a dating relationship, or a marriage, we need to pay attention to red flags that may be warning us that there is something unhealthy in our connection with that other person. What are some of the more common relationship red flags? And what are spiritually and emotionally healthy ways of dealing with those warning signs?

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