“Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings.” – Samuel Johnson
In this increasingly competitive world, self-confidence is one indispensable tool that your child will need to be successful. Good news is that self-confidence can be built in children.
Building self-confidence starts with building self-esteem. Lack of self-esteem often leads to various behavioural problems. Use positive reinforcement to build self-esteem. Whenever she does something good, praise her action. However, don’t overdo it as too much praising will make her create an unrealistic picture of herself and her abilities.
Children learn by trial and error. In some trials they will be successful, while in some they may not get the desired outcome. Accept their failures as well. This will boost their self-confidence and they will never be scared to try doing new things.
“When kids take risks they find their strengths, become more assertive and embrace opportunity,” writes child and adolescent psychotherapist Katie Hurley in allparenting.com.
Encourage your child to take part in outdoor sports. Taking part in outdoor team sports helps increase his self-confidence, team spirit, leadership skills and also improves his health.
Developing your parenting skills also helps a great deal in developing your little darling’s self-confidence. Are you a highly-protective parent? How good is your self-esteem? What do you understand by the term ‘attachment parenting’?
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Self-esteem is your child’s passport to a lifetime of mental health and social happiness. It’s the foundation of a child’s well-being and the key to success as an adult. At all ages, how you feel about yourself affects how you act.
Confident children are less likely to suffer from emotional problems, they deal with challenges rather than harming themselves. Confidence is the core foundation of a child’s well-being and the most important trait of a successful adult.
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