Humility is a virtue that allows us to feel balanced with ourselves and with those around us. Being humble is a synonym of being a good person and generally avoids conflicts in our daily life and helps us to have a better emotional well-being .

If you want to know how to be more humble in this article we will leave you a few tips to achieve it .


You have to keep in mind that the appearance or the possessions of a person does not determine if it is better or worse than another, nor that its value is inferior . What you should value in a person is his personality, how he behaves with you and with the people around him and after all if that person brings something good in your life or not, there is no use everything he has if he does not do no good to your life or if you are a toxic person.


Normally power, fame and social status tend to blind some people and we tend to make value judgments simply because of the social position they occupy. These value judgments regardless of whether they are favorable or negative are simply stereotypes that have been instilled in us. We must learn to value people for who they are , not for the image they convey.


That we treat everyone equally regardless of people’s conditions is a very characteristic trait of humble people. If we act as if we are superior or inferior to someone we are creating a very negative behavior towards ourselves or towards others based on an irrational superiority .

We must bear in mind that no one is better or worse than another , regardless of the context in which we are, we cannot let our boss treat us as if we were inferior, but we should not treat others as if they were inferior, everyone deserves that let us treat you with respect for the simple fact of being a human person just like us.


Humility is reflected in the way we express ourselves and how we expose our ideals and way of thinking to others. Like everyone, we are not the owners of absolute reason and there will be many situations in which we make mistakes , learning from our mistakes and knowing how to recognize that we too are wrong is one of the fundamental characteristics of humble people.


Simplicity is not based on the way we dress or the possessions we have, being simple goes way beyond that. Not being possessive, knowing how to enjoy the little things and understanding that our happiness does not depend on the material goods we have but on the people around us and on ourselves is essential not only to be humble but to be happier.


There is a saying that says that a book should not be judged by its cover but by its content and this is very true. We often make value judgments of people we do not know by denying doing something with them simply because of the first impression they give us, it is true that on many occasions our instinct is capable of warning us about dangers or before people who in one way or another do not They give us good vibes, but this is not always the case, take the time to get to know people and give them a vote of confidence, you may be surprised.


Humble people are always willing to collaborate and help other people to the best of their ability, no matter who they are or what happened between the two of them. When a person is in trouble or is going through a bad time and it is in our power to help them, a good gesture on your part would be to help that person regardless of whether your relationship is not good.


A very characteristic trait of humble people is that they are grateful and not selfish, these people think that simply because they are who they are they already deserve the world, but that the smallest detail is already something they should be grateful for.

Giving thanks is a gesture of kindness and shows that you really do not feel superior to anyone, and it is also a very satisfying exercise for both the person who gives thanks and the person who receives them.


Being a humble person should not be something forced or self-imposed, being humble is something that one has or does not have, we cannot insist on forcing ourselves to be something that we are not because in the end it will end up conquering our true way of being, what if What we can do is work and try to improve this facet of our personality in order to be more humble and better people.

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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