Self esteem tip No.8: Nurture strengths
Encourage hobbies and encourage things they're good at. If you're child excels in a sport or really enjoys a hobby, then support them and encourage them to do activities outside of school. Take them to classes they really enjoy, and if they perform in a show or sporting event make sure you attend and show your support
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