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How to build strong self-esteem and character
Transcript of How to build strong self-esteem and character
Kenton Nall Building strong self-esteem and character A person's overall evaluation
or appraisal of his or
her own worth A Child's self-esteem A Person's belief of who they want to be. A person's character Your job as a parent What happens when a child develops a low self-esteem and poor character The effects on children Bibliography Self-esteem is very important to the development of a child's confidence. Why it's important Kids who know their strengths and weaknesses and feel
good about themselves seem to have an easier time
handling conflicts, socializing with others, and
resisting negative pressure. Healthy self-esteem is like a child's armor against the challenges life throws at them. Children who don't believe in themselves typically deal with challenges with anxiety and frustration. As well as finding it hard to deal with or solve their problems. A child without their armor A person's character determines who they are: what they want to do, why they want to do it, and how often they tend to act on these actions. Why it's important This role the child plays tends to develop at an
early age and stays with them through
their entire life. A child's character is like the
role an actor would play
in a show or movie 12 Steps to build self esteem in a child emphasize the importance of early nurturing 1. PRACTICE ATTACHMENT PARENTING Heal your past 2. IMPROVE YOUR OWN SELF-CONFIDENCE a child's self-image comes not only from what the child perceives about herself, but from how she thinks others perceive her 3. BE A POSITIVE MIRROR Do you reflect positive or negative images to your child?
Do you give her the idea that she's fun to be with?
That her opinions and desires matter to you?
That her behavior pleases you? Let your child initiate the play
Make your child feel special
Parents need play
Play is an investment 4. PLAY WITH YOUR CHILD Beginning an interaction by using the other person's name opens doors, breaks barriers, and even softens corrective discipline. 5. ADDRESS YOUR CHILD BY NAME Children learn to associate how you use their name with the message you have and the behavior you expect. encourage her talents 6. PRACTICE THE CARRY-OVER PRINCIPLE Recognize your child's special talents, and help her build on them, then watch the whole person blossom. Helping your child develop talents and acquire skills is part of discipline. 7. SET YOUR CHILD UP TO SUCCEED 8.HELP YOUR CHILD BE HOME-WISE BEFORE STREET-SMARTS Every child searches for an identity and, when found, clings to it like a trademark. 9. Lose labels Schools can be hazardous to a child's emotional health. 10. MONITOR SCHOOL INFLUENCES ON YOUR CHILD If a child is armed with a strong self-image, he may not be disturbed by these different behaviors. He may stick cheerfully to his own style of play. If his self-confidence is shaky, a child may view aggressiveness or bullying as normal and make these behaviors part of himself or allow himself to be victimized. Children need jobs 11. GIVE YOUR CHILD RESPONSIBILITIES children develop self- confidence and internalize values is through helping maintain the family living area, inside and out. Expressing feelings comfortably develops a comfortable balance between expressing and controlling feelings. 12. ENCOURAGE CHILDREN TO EXPRESS, NOT STUFF, THEIR FEELINGS What it is: It encourages them to try new things What it is: A lost role The moral and ethical qualities of an individual Without knowing who they are, a child's comfort zone can become minimal. They don't know how to respond or react in certain situations They withhold their feelings from others, only confiding within themselves. They look to others around them to decide who they are and how others expect them to act Their social skills increase this video was included to show:
symptoms of possible lack of self esteem.
what to look for in children with these problems Poor character and self-esteem developed from an early age will continue to show when they become an adult. These traits have a
permanent influence on the
child through their adolescence
and into adulthood. Studies show that children who develop low self esteem are more likely to not go to college, have minimum wage jobs, and have a higher chance to remain single throughout their life. Effects of low self-esteem children with bad character grow up to have poor decision making skills, tend to have increases in depression, and find themselves isolated from other people. Effects of bad character crucial impacts and choices this affects are: school
potential jobs In fact people with low self-esteem at least have a 35% greater chance to be listed in the consequences above Children that don't know who they are in life usually make last moment decisions. When that is applied to college and careers the quick choices aren't always the best and they end up dropping out and taking any job they can to keep them alive. http://kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/feelings/self_esteem.html