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Thank you for sharing your item. This review is just my opinion, so take from it what you find helpful and ignore the rest.
You say you have "little experience about life." I'm wondering if that means you are young? If so, I'm especially happy to see you here. If not, well, me neither, so it's fine. Anyway, I believe you need a comma after "life."
Don't forget to capitalize "I." And it would make a bit more sense if you said, "human actions are born" or humans act out of their self-esteem." BTW, that should be "self-esteem."
I'm not sure I think it's "either good or bad." I think sometimes our self-esteem fluctuates and sometimes even just in the middle, but that's my opinion. However, I definitely agree that a BIG part of how we act is based on our self-esteem, for sure! Great point! And we can often tell something about a person's self-esteem from their actions, though not always. Of course, we all have a bad day or someone is mean to us sometimes, so that can impact our behavior.
That should be "each and everyone's self-esteem" because it is their self-esteem, so it should be possessive. And that is "either way," not "either ways," even though it is talking about more than one way that can be gone, ultimately, it is talking about choosing only 1 way, if that helps you remember.
You are 100% that we all need to work on our self-esteem, though perhaps to also be sure to guard against becoming too prideful or even egotistical. But I think that's much less common than having low self-esteem.
That last sentence in your first paragraph is super long and could (probably should) be broken down. Wait, I just realized, that first paragraph is 1 giant sentence. We call that a run-on sentence. Try to break it up some. Usually where the thoughts change is a great place. I think this is part of why it ends with "either solid or weak." I think the point got lost in the sentence because you are talking about the importance of working on self-esteem. If you work on your self-esteem, then the result should be a solid ability to fight through when things get rough.
I, again, disagree that you have either low or high self-esteem and that you can't have medium self-esteem or it can't change throughout the day or week. But, this is a matter of opinion and doesn't make a difference to my review rating, of course.
I'm SUPER excited to see you filled out all 3 genres for your item! GREAT WORK! SO MANY people don't do this and they really should! Though I will recommend you change some of the genres you chose. Activities is usually reserved for challenges, social forums, and things like that. Adult means, uh, things that kids shouldn't be reading, if you know what I mean. Maybe consider things like Cultural, Educational, possibly Health or Medical (for the mental health side of the idea of self-esteem), definitely Psychology, and self-help would be good as well. Other ones not to choose are Other, Contest (unless you are actually creating a contest for people to enter), or Contest Entry.
There are several reasons to use all 3 genres--1. People search using genres more than any other way to find something to read on here. But this is also why I don't recommend things like Other or Contest Entry. People don't search for that. 2. Moderators write Newsletters and they are expected to include 5-20 items in their Newsletter so they have to search for items to include. Obviously, they search based on what the Newsletter is about, so whether it's the Horror or Romance Newsletter, they aren't searching Other or Contest Entry for something to include because that wouldn't give them a very defined set of items to check. 3. We have an activity called "The Quills" . People can nominate exceptional items they love. They nominate them for categories like Best Long Poem-Structured or Best Flash Fiction. (Anyone can nominate something...except their own thing, of course, so feel free to nominate stuff written this year through "Quill Nomination Form 2022 " .) Once an item has been nominated, the item is then put into the genre categories listed by the author for further opportunities to win a Quill. You could not win Best Short Nonfiction, but then win Best Psychology, for example...or, you could win both. However, no matter HOW OBVIOUS it is, the genre categories it gets judged in is ONLY what the author lists. So, if they write something called "The Terror of a Home Invasion" and write all kinds of scary things, but only label it Other, Other, and Other, they won't have any chance except to win in the main category it was nominated it because "Other" isn't a judged genre category.
So, all this is to so I'm very happy you filled out all the genres, but I do recommend maybe considering some different ones. When you do reviews, feel free to see what people are listing. (It's in the top left area under the image.) And if you disagree with what they used or they didn't use anything, click Browse by Genre on the left side of the computer screen and it will bring up all the genre options and you can give them some suggestions to help them out. I also recommend explaining why they are so important to list and to list good ones--search results, to maybe be included in a Newsletter, and to get judged in more categories if their item is nominated for "The Quills" . But only things from this year can be nominated...unless you are nominating a contest, activity, etc. But of poem, stories, etc., only things this year can be nominated.
Remember that my comments about your item are only my opinion. It's your writing, so do with it as you please.
It looks like maybe you aren't a native speaker. If that is the case, I'm even MORE impressed with you and your writing! Stick around, read, review, and participate in activities and your English will really grow!
Again, welcome to WdC and thank you for sharing your writing!