“I can’t become a football player. I’m too weak, “” I’m so worthless that I can’t even go to school properly.” If your child often uses such phrases, it means that he has low self-esteem.
But you are not alone: all over the world, parents face this problem. The task of parents-time to help the child to solve problems with self-esteem.
Consider what self-esteem is and how to develop it.
What is self-esteem
In psychology, self-esteem is understood as a subjective assessment of a person. Simply put, self-esteem is what we think of ourselves. Does it matter what children think of themselves? Yes. Continue reading
You are confused by your child’s behavior. He doesn’t behave like you. He is reserved and indecisive. Instead of playing with his peers, he prefers to stand on the sidelines and watch them. When he talks to you, he is constantly confused, but most often silent, and you can not understand what is happening in his head. He spends a lot of time alone in his room. Teachers say they would like the child to be more active in the classroom. He communicates with only a few friends.
And, even more strangely – he likes it.
Congratulate. Your child is an introvert. Continue reading