Increasing Self-Esteem in Kids: 3 Ways Parents Can Help Give Their Child's Self-Esteem a Boost by KLA Schools of Plainfield
A child's self-esteem can be impacted in many ways. Far too often a kid’s self-esteem takes a negative hit for things that could have been done a little bit differently. When you help your child in a positive way, it allows them to build up a positive and strong self-image, which directly impacts self-esteem. Here are some ideas to boost your children's self-esteem:
- Encourage self-reliance. There are certainly going to be times when your child needs help, but when you know they’re safe and can do something on their own, encourage them to do so.
- Reward effort, not results. It’s OK if your child doesn’t succeed in a particular task – encourage the effort. Be specific in your encouragement and don’t simply tell your child they’re the best because they tried.
- Avoid praising too much. Yes, you want your child to believe they can do anything, but offering praise for every single action can actually backfire.
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