Confidence Role Survey
The purpose of this literature review is to evaluate the role of self-confidence. Self-confidence is an essential aspect of human personality. Confident individuals possess self-assurance and realistic expectations, and they remain positive even when expectations are not met. Lack of self-confidence can lead to problems in a person's life. Self-confidence enables one to actualize their potential and becomes a valuable attribute in social life. Lack of self-confidence causes individuals to be pessimistic, fearful, doubtful, and often compare themselves to others. The environment, such as family, school, peers, and society, plays a significant role in influencing a person's self-confidence. Feelings of low self-confidence often arise when someone enters a new environment, resulting in feelings of shame, fear, and self-closure. Even though many people possess academic intelligence, they may still lack self-confidence. The development of self-confidence is highly dependent on individual experiences and knowledge. To have strong self-confidence, a supportive process and environment are needed. Teenagers, who experience physical and psychological changes, often face issues of self-dissatisfaction and lack of self-confidence. This research method is a literature review that combines theoretical descriptions, findings, and research materials from various relevant, up-to-date, and adequate sources.