Self-esteem depends on your internal ability to generate positive feelings about your accomplishments — it’s not something other people can give you.
And though it seems counterintuitive, kids actually develop it by struggling and sometimes falling short when they face new challenges. Nonstop cheerleading can short-circuit that process and trigger a cascade of changes that ultimately erode kids’ confidence. Reference: How to Build Healthy Self-Esteem in Children
However, there is one very sure way you can boost your kids self esteem is the read to them. And, to make the experience even more powerful, give them a personalised book and read it to them.
You’ll be amazed at the look of amazement on their face.
Read more about how personalised books help parents and adults boost the child’s sel-esteem at Tracey Regan’s The Lemon Tree Book Company blog.[svpVideo v=1]