Building Self-Esteem in Your Child

parentingHere's How:

  1. Applause, applause.
  2. Happy notes tucked in their lunch or under their pillow.
  3. One-on-one attention.
  4. Hugs.
  5. Praise.
  6. Attending their school activities.
  7. A favorite meal or treat.
  8. Telling your child how proud you are of him or her.
  9. Saying "I love you."
  10. Celebrate their accomplishments.
  11. Give your child extra privileges.


  1. It will always be in the best interest of your children to nurture a healthy self-esteem.
  2. Avoid negative power plays and accentuate the positive behaviors.



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