How to help boost your child’s self-esteem:
Self-esteem is your child's passport to successful mental
health and social happiness
the base of a child's well-being. Research shows that at all ages, how you feel
about yourself affects how you act.
Parents are their child’s mirror, they look in the mirror and like the
person they perceive.
Your child looks to you as a mirror for his own
feelings. If you are worried, you can't reflect good feelings. Children
translate your unhappiness with yourself to mean unhappiness with them. Much of a child's self-image comes how
he/she thinks others perceive her. When
you give your child positive reflections, he learns to think well of himself.
Things to avoid
This may sound easy but it takes mindful and full attentiveness to what
to say and how and when to say it.
Children dental health
Your children’s teeth are very important, they
give them bright smiles and they assure healthy teeth as adults. Habits that form now will stay with your
children their whole life. Here are some
things you can do to ensure good oral health for your child:
Discipline and Punishment
Many parents think of discipline and punishment as one
and the same. They are not, however,
is a whole system of teaching based on a good relationship, praise, and
instruction for the child on what acceptable behavior is.Punishment is a negative consequence for doing
something wrong. Punishment should only
be a minor part of discipline.
Try the following techniques when they won’t listen: