Self esteem tip No.2: Unconditional love
If your child is prone to saying things like, 'I'm not very good at football' you need to help by using language they understand. Try balancing their negative comment by saying 'You need more practice at football, but you're a fantastic swimmer.' Always use positive language as this will make them feel loved and boost their confidence.
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