As parents, we worry about instilling just the right amount of confidence in our kids so they’ll grow up strong enough to resist peer pressure, yet humble enough that they’re not cocky buttheads. It’s a delicate balance, really.
Most parents I know use good old-fashioned praise with their children, and while praise is an important part of instilling self-confidence, I often wonder if it’s the most effective way. In researching practical methods to boost self-confidence in my introverted child, I learned some really valuable tips worth sharing – check them out after the jump!nggallery id=’127326′
How do you encourage your child’s self-esteem?
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