Develop a positive approach to providing structure for your child. You can learn the basics on positive parenting by clicking to Parenting 101.All kids and teens need to accept responsibility for their behavior. To help children learn self-discipline, the parent needs to adopt the role of coach/teacher rather than that of disciplinarian and punisher.
Parents are often quick to express negative feelings to children but somehow don’t get around to describing positive feelings.
A child doesn’t know when you are feeling good about him or her and he or she needs to hear you tell him or her that you like having him or her in the family.
Women who show signs of low self-esteem have a damaged sense of self-worth that most likely began in childhood.
Adolescent and teenage girls are at particular risk of developing low self-esteem because of the many forms of media--television, magazines, advertising and websites--that emphasize impossible standards of beauty and appearance.
It combines relaxation techniques along with positive self-statements and mental pictures to help kids develop their self-esteem.
Avoid criticism that takes the form of ridicule or shame.
Low self-esteem can lead to serious physical and mental health issues.
Women with low self-esteem were often mistreated by authority figures and peers while growing up.
Self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves, and our behavior clearly reflects those feelings.