There’s a saying that goes like this
If a child lives with encouragement, he learns to be confident but when he lives with ridicule, he learns to be shy and inferior”.
Hello Gooday priceless,
Welcome to my blog, I’m your darling girl Fashionora.
Today we will be learning How to Build our Kid’s Self Esteem.
You know, Children easily imitate what they see and hear, so whatsoever word or action you portray to them at this tender age can either build or tear them down.
Of course, every parent wants their kid to be acknowledged as that confident, smart kiddo,But only you and the people around him/her can make that possible.
Now this Trick, Prove to them how much you Believe, Support and Care by employing words of encouragement in every conversation.
Let your words make them feel loved, empowered and accepted.
Let your words demonstrate that positivity has a higher value than negativity.
Let these wonderful lines never dry on from your tongue
- You make me proud
- I know you did your best.
- You have great ideas
- You don’t have to be perfect to be amazing.
- Even if you make a mistake you can fix it, I trust you.
- Being kind does not make you weak.
- Anything is possible.
- Don’t compare yourself to anyone
- You can try again tomorrow.
- Not everyone will like you and that’s okay but always know that we love you.
- You are worth it.
- I love being your mom
- Don’t give up
- It’s your decision
- That’s a great question
- That was really a good choice
- You are beautiful inside and out.
- I learn new awesome things from you everyday.
- Being your parent is my favorite job.
- You can say Yes
- You can say No
- Your opinion matters
- I believe in you.
- I love seeing the world your way.
- I love your creativity.
- Being around you is fun
- Don’t be afraid to be you.
- You are a good boy/girl.
- Your friends are lucky to have you.
- I forgive you.
- We all make mistakes, it’s okay.
- You make me happy.
- You did that so well.
- You were right.
- I’m listening.
- We can try your way.
- That was really brave.
- Your words are meaningful.
- I enjoy listening to your stories.
- This family won’t be the same without you.