“I Like Me!” ©

“I can’t do it!”

“No-one likes me.”

Child self-esteem is a topic of growing importance in our society as we see our young people struggling to develop a positive self-image.

There are definite steps parents can take to help children develop a healthy attitude toward themselves and their capabilities.

We love our children but love is not enough.

In this presentation you will learn:

  • why love is only the start in helping kids develop high self-esteem
  • parenting styles which work against helping kids feel good about themselves
  • strategies for helping children develop a postive self-image.

This presentation deals with the difficult and abstract concept of self-esteem and will offer a blueprint for success.

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