11 Songs for Building Up Your Self Esteem

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Life can be tough. Big tragedies can break you down but so can small failures, especially if they come back to back.

It can be difficult to remember that you have value.

So, here are a few songs that will help you build yourself back up.

1. “It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” — Travis Tritt

Probably one of the best country music lines of all time: “I got a three-day beard, I don’t plan to shave.”

2. “If You’re Going Through Hell” — Rodney Atkins

This too shall pass.

3. “This One’s for the Girls” — Martina McBride

Being a girl is tough.

4. “Choices” — George Jones

We’re all just “living and dying with the choices” we’ve made.

5. “One of These Days” — Tim McGraw

I can’t be the only one who hears this song from the perspective of the people who’ve been hurt by the narrator of this song, can I?

6. “Survivor” — Reba McEntire

You can handle it. You’re a survivor.

7. “I’m Gonna Be Somebody” — Travis Tritt

Believe in yourself, even when no one else does.

8. “The Climb” — Miley Cyrus

Don’t listen to those nasty voices in your head.

9. “Life Ain’t Always Beautiful” — Gary Allan

But it’s a beautiful ride.

10. “So Small” — Carrie Underwood

You’re problems aren’t that big after all.

11. “No Stranger to the Rain” — Keith Whitley

And you’ve lived through it before.