Good Self-Esteem Development

We all want our children to have good relations with their peers as well as having a great self-image. Here you will find information related to fostering high self-esteem in your kids and raising confident and secure children.

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    Better Body Image for the Younger Set

    The messages that our children are given about beauty begin very early in life. It feels good when someone compliments...

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    How to Foster Class Participation

    You can help your child develop in-class curiosity and confidence with these five tips, games, and activities.

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    Is Your Child Her Own Harshest Critic?

    "I can't do it!" "I hate my project!" If these phrases of frustration burst from your child regularly, don't panic....

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    Boost Your Child's Self-Esteem

    Self-esteem is one of the most important ingredients for a happy, successful life, but we're not born with it and...

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    “I’m not big now, but I’m growing. I can ride a bike and run and jump and skip, and next year I’ll learn to...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Self-Esteem and Assertiveness

    Bethany is playing on a playground. She wants to play on the tire swing, but another child is already using the tire...

    Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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    Increase Your Child's Emotional Vocabulary

    By the time they reach their preschool years, most children have been taught to identify strong feelings. However, we...

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    Why Teach History?

    Whether you were the kid who always had her hand up, or the kid who found it hard to stay awake, history has...

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    Self-Worth Theory

    Overview Another variable relevant to personal and situational interest is self-worth (or self-esteem), which concerns...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    The Benefits of Optimism

    Just as despair can come to one another only from other human beings, hope, too, can be given to one only by other human...

    Source: Greater Good Science Center Raising Happiness Blog