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What does your little one dream of becoming?  A cowboy?  A ballerina?  What do these 'when I grow up' fantasies mean?
How can parents encourage independence and help tweens cope with middle school? The answer may be as simple as giving them a good book.
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
Describes appropriate practices to help children develop authentic—healthy, positive, and realistic—self-esteem.
Self-worth (or self-esteem) involves individuals’ affects, emotions, or feelings about themselves or evaluations of themselves.
Peer exclusion and victimization of LBGQ youth result in lower levels of belonging and are a form of bullying.
Learn what you can do to help your child develop a healthy view of herself.
Not all bullying is a physical behavior like punching or kicking. There are many indirect ways children are bullied.
Learn what influences might be playing a role in a bully's behavior.
Does your daughter struggle with a low confidence? You can help her see how wonderful she really is. Boost your daughter's self-esteem with these tips.
Get the facts about bullying.
Learn about the different forms that bullying can take and how to handle each scenario.
Parents want their child to have good self-esteem. However, self-esteem doesn’t come naturally to children. It is something that must be fostered, developed,
Information for parents of children on the negative effects of bullying on a child's mental health. Suggestions for teaching children how to deal with bullies
Looking at achievement scores, curriculum design, or self-esteem levels showed that sex and gender make a difference in the nation’s public elementary and
The will to learn is an intrinsic motive, one that finds both its source and its rewards in its own exercises. This article provides insight on different
The article discusses the four dimensions of self-esteem: significance, competence, power, and virtue.
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