Self esteem teens adolescents

Alot has been written in relation to a healthy sense of self.

Teens receive negative messages from society in many ways: peers,
school, tv, society, media and self.

It is essential to empower our teens with positive thoughts.

Society focuses on performance and many teens feel they are " not good
enough", "not smart enough" and simply not valuable.

It is important to praise children and teens for their effort and not
the final outcome.

Positive praise is contagious and can motivate your teen or child to
accomplish many things: chores, good grades, community service,
philanthropic activities and more.

Take time each day to find the gifts in your children and communicate
these gifts to them daily.
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