belief in own worth
we are often exhorted to be confident our courageous, but these qualities come from belief in our own abilities and our capacity to deal with things. that is why these traits are good or attractive, because they show our capabilities. it also follows that if we wish to be truly confident or courageous then what we need to do is learn, reflect on, and build our capabilities.
belief in worth of others
this is often called idealism by people who do not understand what it means that everyone is someone worth cherishing.
interpreting attachment theory
lacks belief in own worth
anxious attachment style
lacks belief in worth of others
avoidant attachment style
lacks belief in own worth and worth of others
anxious-avoidant attachment style
has belief in own worth and worth of others
secure attachment style