The Key to Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem
As parents, we want our kids to grow up to be happy, healthy and confident adults.
So, what role do we play in helping build our child’s self-esteem?
It boils down to two very important ingredients, according to Kids in the House.
In fact, you can judge every interaction with your child with these two criteria.
I can look back and say that I was blessed to be loved unconditionally by my parents.
School and being a top performer just came naturally to my older sister…
I, on the other hand, had to work a lot harder at it, and was much more interested in writing.
My parents always nurtured and encouraged our different gifts unconditionally, and it truly made all the difference.
I grew up knowing that I was loved for being the person I am, and was competent to be successful with the gifts I have been given.