How Can You Build Your Child’s Self Esteem?

Word Count: 561 Summary: As parents we know that building our child’s sense of self esteem is important. Child development specialists tell us so. However knowing it is important is not the same as knowing how to give your child a strong sense of self worth. There is no simple strategy but there are several effective techniques parents can use to help boost self esteem in their child. Let Them Know Their Value The most important strategy is to show and tell your child how much you value him and… Keywords: family, parent, love, child, kid, baby, mother, father, relationship, home Article Body: As parents we know that building our child’s sense of self esteem is important. Child development specialists …

How To Build A Child’s Self Esteem

Word Count: 357 Summary: It’s often been said that children learn what they live. So if you’re looking for a place to start helping your child build positive self esteem and self value, then you should show them your positive sense of self and strong self esteem. Keywords: child, positive, praise, its, day, task, love you, dont, positive praise, i love you, i love, feeling, theyre, love, you, badly, give, communicate, honestly, task small, Article Body: It’s often been said that children learn what they live. So if you’re looking for a place to start helping your child build positive self esteem and self value, then you should show them your positive sense of self and strong self esteem. Be …

How Do You Define Happiness?

I ran a contest in “Your Daily Dose of Happiness” to see how people define happiness. I was stunned to discover that I am the only person who defines happiness as an extra helping of cheesecake. There were other shockers, too. We know that money can’t buy happiness … except, of course, when we are flat broke. But I figured several people would define happiness, at least in part, as a bulging bank vault or “financial freedom”. Just three people cited money in their definitions of happiness. I also figured many people would cite health as part of their definition of happiness, as in “health, wealth, and happiness”. But only four people mentioned health. No health? No wealth? How do …