Saturday, January 14, 2012

Tip #47: Help Develop Your Child's Self-Esteem.

Kids with healthy self-esteem tend to enjoy interacting with others. They are comfortable in group settings and independent activities. That brings us to tip #47.

Tip #47: Help develop your child's self-esteem.

Everyone needs to have a healthy self-esteem in order to be successful and that is no different for our children. We all have strength and weaknesses that we know about, accept, and work toward strengthening. But jow can parents help their child in building a good self-esteem? According to the article, "Developing Your Child's Self-Esteem", from KidsHealth.org, you need to:

1. Watch what you say to your child
2. Be a positive role model
3. Identify and redirect your child's inaccurate beliefs
4. Be spontaneous and affectionate
5. Give positive, accurate, feedback
6. Create a safe, loving home environment
7. Help you child become involved in constructive experiences

2 comments:

Ninalazina info January 15, 2012 at 4:19 AM  

So true about 'watch what you say to a child'. It is so easy to make comments that hurt children deeply.

Ninalazina info January 15, 2012 at 4:20 AM  

So true about 'watch what you say' it is so easy to make a comment that can hurt children deeply.

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