How to Build Your Child’s Self-Confidence

You of all people know that it’s a dog-eat-dog world out there.  As a loving parent, you’d do anything and everything in your power to make sure that your child has guts of steel to face the hardships and trials life may throw at him.  If he has a positive self-image, he will be more able to cope with life.  As a mom or dad, here’s what you can do to help reinforce that confidence in your child.

Listen and respond.  Sure you may be up to your neck in paperwork, but if you can, try to take a break and listen to your kid.  To you, what he has to say may not be as important as the deadline you have to meet, but to him, it means the world.  A child feels important when listened to, and you’re the best person to give him the attention he needs.

Be a role model.  How can a child believe in himself when he sees his mom stuffing herself with fat-burning apidexin pills?  If you manifest a positive attitude about yourself, that behavior will inevitably rub off on your kids.  If they see you having a healthy sense of self-worth, they will model that after you.

Being armed with a positive self-image is an essential tool in making it as an adult.  Start your kids off early, and they’ll fearlessly face every challenge that may come their way.

Comments

  1. Sherry says:

    There is a saying that monkey see monkey do, well I see that children can copy what parent do too

  2. We should tell them that they’re special and that they’re smart.

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