Self Esteem Kids

Finding self-love after a traumatic suicide attempt seems like a daunting task. After all, of the many thoughts circling the brain after an event of intended suicide, very few of if any are positive. It's more common to feel fear, shame, and misery. And eventually the question will arise–can I ever learn to love myself after the trauma of a suicide attempt? (Note: This post contains a trigger warning.)
When parenting a child who has low self-esteem it can be hard to know what to say or do. Psychotherapist Emily Roberts has 4 tips for parents that work.
Parents have a huge role in the development of self-esteem. You can help your child feel confident and develop strong self-esteem with these simple tools that make a big impact.
The end of the school year can be exciting and anxiety producing. Help your child feel confident as the school year comes to a close with these helpful suggestions and confidence boosting tips.
This holiday season give the child on your list a gift that will inspire creativity and build your child's confidence. The hot toy of the season, must-have technology gadget or video game, or plastic princess have a short shelf life. In a few hours or days, it will be just another "thing". Instead, gift them with something that encourages their creative minds, bonding, or helps build self-esteem in children.
Learn how to build healthy self-esteem and unbreakable confidence in your child with simple tips for everyday interactions.
Learn how to talk to your children in a way that builds their self-esteem, tips to improve your communication with kids.
Therapist and Blogger Emily Roberts gives three tools to help reduce anxiety and build confidence in kids.
Therapist and Healthy Place Blogger, Emily Roberts, gives parents tools to help their child develop self-esteem from difficult situations.
Learn how to help your child navigate challenges while helping them develop healthy self-esteem with these simple steps.