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The following links are in English

  • Bedtime Help
    Parenting advice for a peaceful bedtime. Award winning author gives advice to parents and grandparents. Resources to build self esteem.

  • Children's Bedtime Stories for Raising Self-Esteem
    Children's Bedtime Stories for Raising Self-Esteem.

  • Self Esteem Shop
    Self Esteem Shop is your number one source for mental health resources. A therapist looking for the latest Eliana Gil book? A divorced parent looking for something to get you through the hard times? Self Esteem Shop has what you're looking for.

  • The Kids Hall of Fame
    This site serves as proof that kids, under the age of 20, can accomplish just about anything.

  • Children
    A website dedicated to empowering children to be active participants in creating their own healthy, calm lives. 4 children

  • Building Self-esteem in Children
    Children do not come into the world equipped with a healthy sense of self-esteem. Rather, they enter life with a strong need to survive, an instinctual knowing that they are dependent on their caregivers to live. It is the job of the parents to build their children's sense of self-esteem, to help them achieve a strong sense of their own worth.

  • Building Your Child's Self-Esteem
    How do you want your child to feel about himself? Do you want baby to grow up thinking she is a good person, able to handle things in life? Do you want him to get along with others and to share his feelings? The way a person feels about herself is called "self-esteem." High self-esteem means feeling good about yourself.

  • BUILD YOUR CHILD'S SELF-ESTEEM
    In general, the more positive your self-esteem, the more successful you will be at dealing with life. The same holds for your children. The more positive their self-esteem, the more confident and proud they will be.

  • Can You Praise Children Too Much?
    In the rush to give children a healthy dose of self-esteem, some adults go too far to praise children. And that can backfire. It doesn't take kids long to realize that all the praise may not be justified.

  • Helping Your Child Develop Self-Esteem
    Self-esteem is a major key to success in life. The development of a positive self-concept or healthy self-esteem is extremely important to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. This page will share the basics for helping kids and teens to improve their self-esteem.

  • How Can We Strengthen Children's Self-Esteem?
    Most parents want their young children to have a healthy sense of self-esteem. That desire can also be seen in education--schools around the country include self-esteem among their goals. Many observers believe that low self-esteem lies at the bottom of many of society's problems.

  • How to Grow Self-Esteem in Your Child
    Helping children develop self-esteem involves listening, accepting, and praising.

  • Improving Your Child's Self-esteem
    September is once again upon us and it is time to make back-to-school preparations for our children. A healthy supply of self-esteem, however, is more important than pens and paper for success in school. This article contains some tips and suggestions on how to boost your child's self-esteem as well as some resources to access.

  • Kids Help Line Peer Skills
    Peer Skills aims to provide skills, knowledge and strategies to assist young people to develop self-understanding and effective supportive relationships.

  • Magic for Counseling
    Magic is a highly engaging medium that has delighted children and adults for centuries.Use easy-to-learn magic tricks to: build rapport quickly and easily. Use in groups as a team builder and ice breaker. Teach coping skills/problem solving skills. Improve assertiveness and presentation skills. Deal with resistant teens. Highly user-friendly for counselors, teachers, psychologists, and child care professionals

  • Self Esteem and Children
    Developing a clearer understanding of self-esteem and what affects its development should help you: help children feel good about themselves, and think more highly of yourself.

  • Shy Kids
    A resource for children, teens and parents dealing with shyness. Offers advice on overcoming shyness and coping with life as a shy person.

  • Ten ways to build your child's self-esteem
    Nurturing your toddler's self-esteem may seem like a hefty responsibility. After all, a feeling of self-worth lays the foundation for your child's future, as she sets out to try new things on her own. "Self-esteem comes from having a sense of belonging, believing that we're capable, and knowing our contributions are valued and worthwhile," says California family therapist Jane Nelsen, co-author of the Positive Discipline series.

  • The Best Toys/Tracy's Discovery Toys Site
    Discovery Toys offers educational and developmental products for children of all ages including Special Needs Children. Business opportunities available.

  • YMCA parent tips: building your child's self-esteem
    Self-esteem is the basis of a child's mental health. It leads to confidence and an ability to tackle life's challenges. And it grows with the support of a parent or guardian who believes in the child's ability to succeed.

  • You & Your Child: Child's self-esteem overrated
    Another point of view - I believe in low self-esteem. Once upon a not-so-long-ago time, low self-esteem was known as humility and modesty. I believe in those old-fashioned virtues if for no reason other than that there's nothing so charming as a humble, modest individual, whether child or adult.

The following links are in Dutch

  • Improving Your Child's Self-esteem
    September is once again upon us and it is time to make back-to-school preparations for our children. A healthy supply of self-esteem, however, is more important than pens and paper for success in school. This article contains some tips and suggestions on how to boost your child's self-esteem as well as some resources to access.


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