Children often learn and grow from what they see others do, but they can also benefit from what they are encouraged to do. A child’s mind can be likened to an empty box, whatever is loaded there is what they absorb. It is therefore the responsibility of the parent or guardians to understand how they can motivate the child with positivity and nurture their character accordingly.
This positivity encourages the child’s self- esteem to grow and ultimately bring about self – confidence.
Constantly boosting the esteem of your child will go a long way in support of their growth. Here are a few points to help build your child’s esteem:
These are but a few things to help your child build up their esteem.
Reference: Dobson, James C. Building Confidence in Your Child. Spire Edition ed. Grand Rapids, MI: Revell, 2015. A division of Baker Publishing Group.