Low self-esteem can develop out of our past experiences, such as not receiving enough praise or excessive punishments as a child, being told we are not good enough, our perceptions of repeated failures or not being able to identify our successes. Furthermore, low self-esteem and depression tend to go together. Studies have found that some people who experience depression also experience low self-esteem and vice versa. Low self-esteem is reported to influence procrastination, quitting or not completing tasks, and either risky or overly cautious behavior. Likewise, with low self-esteem people report feeling very fearful about trying new things or pressured to try new things out of fear of how others will respond. They also fear failure and disappointing others.