00153 Risk Of Low Situational Self -Esteem

Domain 6: self -perception
Class 2: self -esteem
Diagnostic Code: 00153
Nanda label: risk of low situational self -esteem
Diagnostic focus: self -esteem
Approved 2000 • Revised 2013, 2017, 2020 • Level of evidence 3.2

NANDA Nursing Diagnosis Definition

Nanda nursing diagnosis « risk of low situational self -esteem is defined as: susceptible to a change of a positive perception to a negative perception of value, acceptance, respect, competition, competition and the attitude towards oneself in response to a real situation, which can compromise health.

Risk factors

  • incongruous behavior with values ??
  • Decrease in environment control
  • Decrease in conscious acceptance
  • Difficulty to accept the alteration in the social role
  • Difficulty in managing finance
  • Body image disorder
  • Fatigue
  • Fear of rejection
  • Deterioration of religiosity
  • Inadequate linking behavior
  • Inadequate family cohesion
  • Inappropriate respect by others
  • Inadequate social support
  • People who experience repeated failures
  • Low self -efficacy
  • Badly adapted perfectionism
  • Negative resignation
  • Impotence
  • Stigmatization
  • Stressors
  • Non -realistic own expectations
  • incongruous values ??with cultural norms

Risk population

  • People who experience a change in the environment in which they live
  • People who experience alteration in body image
  • People who experience alteration in economic status
  • People who experience alteration in the role of role
  • People who experience death of significant people
  • People who experience divorce
  • People who experience new additions to the family
  • People who experience unplanned pregnancy
  • People with difficult development transitions
  • People with a history of having been abandoned
  • People with a history of abuse
  • People with a history of abandonment
  • People with a history of losses
  • People with rejection history

Associated problems

  • Depression
  • functional deterioration
  • Mental disorders
  • Physical condition

Suggested alternative diagnostics

NOC Results

  • note : The main result, self -esteem, is required to determine if the patient really developed low situational self -esteem. The other results that are chosen will depend on the risk factors that are to eliminate or reduce. Present a list of the results of all possible risk factors exceeds the scope of this book. The following are some examples:
    • Self -esteem: Personal judgment of one’s worth
    • Recovery of negligence: degree of physical, emotional and spiritual healing, after finishing basic care
    • Abuse recovery: degree of healing after physical or psychological abuse, which can include sexual or economic exploitation

Evaluation objectives and criteria

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NIC Interventions

  • note : interventions should be chosen to treat the specific risk factors of the patient. The following are some examples.
    • Clarification of values: Help another person to clarify their own values ??in order to facilitate good decision making
    • Support in protection against abuse: identification of acts and high -risk dependence relationships, to prevent physical or emotional damage from being inflicted
    • Promotion of resilience: assistance to people, families and communities, to develop, use and strengthen protective factors that must be used to face environmental and social stressful factors
    • Improvement of self -esteem: helps a patient to increase his personal judgment of his own value
    • Improvement of body image: improvement of perceptions and attitudes, conscious and unconscious, of a patient towards his body

Nursing Activities

Nursing activities focus on preventing low situational self -esteem. See the nursing activities of the Diagnosis of