The word Self-Worth can be interpreted in many ways and the definition one person gives may be different to yours.
For me, self-worth is a unconditional friendship with yourself, as explored further by John Niland (founder of the Self-Worth Academy and author of the book “The Self-Worth Safari: Valuing Your Life and Your Work”)
Self-Worth differentiates between self-esteem which is very much governed on external factors and creates an environment of comparison with others.
With a solid foundation in self-worth, its ok to sometimes not be ok and your resilience to setbacks in life is stronger, allowing you a quicker time to recover.
As an associate of the Self-Worth academy, I may introduce aspects of this in our coaching together and, where appropriate, suggest joining one of the open programs available on this topic.
For further details, see www.selfworthacademy.com