For a child to be fit, active, participative and immaculate, it is important that his emotional well being is stable. It is extremely important that children feel happy about their life and its occasions. If not, it can severely affect the future events of his life.
As parents you should know that your behavior, reactions and interactions with the child play a critical role in shaping a child’s personality. This indirectly results into the emotional stability or imbalance in a child’s behavior and thus affects his self-esteem.
How can you develop self-esteem in your child?
1. Communicate and appreciate: Communicate with your child in a way that he can share all problems or joy with you without fear. Help him overcome with his mistakes by suggesting ways to improve the same. Appreciate their work in front of relatives so that they know what is good.
2. Be a role model: Think of the qualities that your child’s role model should possess and be that person. Let your child know about the good in you so that he can attain the same. Do things that make you and your child feel good. Spare time.
3. Support and show concern: Your support and encouragement is a key factor for your child’s achievements. Be a motivator and show concern for the things he participates in. Guide him the right way to crack it through.
This will in return make a child happy and confident about his good deeds.
The above mentioned are the views of those parents who did not apply these ways in bringing up their kids and saw things not happening as they were supposed to be. Do not be a flock of such parents.
Start today! Your child’s self-esteem is essential for him to gain a social identity and for achieving success.
Master Mind Abacus, being an education company would appreciate you for taking every possible effort to make your child proficient in every field.