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The Components of Self-Esteem


Children’s self-esteem can fluctuate because may things can affect it. For tweens, this pyramid is a nice, neat way of looking at those components. Garber, Garber and Spizman’s Self-Esteem Pyramid Peer Influence Parental Feedback Real Accomplishments Unconditional Positive Regard   We show unconditional love and acceptance and build the foundation of our children’s self-worth when View Post

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Self-Esteem in Children


Self-Esteem is the collection of pictures children carry around about who they are and how they fit in. It’s formed early in life and is related to how and what parents communicate with their children, both through words and actions. Children form healthy self-esteem beliefs about themselves when they get the message that their parents View Post

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