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1. Give two examples of how to support children and young people’s self confidence
Low self-esteem Responding helpfully to a child or young person who has low self-esteem and lacks confidence About self-esteem and confidence Things to think about Think about yourself What you can do What not to do When to contact [ a mental health specialist They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel. Carl W Buechner
Tell us what you think! Visit the Playfield Institute for more information and training opportunities About self-esteem and confidence printable pdf Self-esteem is a way a person feels about themselves. Everyone has it in different degrees. A person with high/positive self-esteem generally feels good about themselves and feels they have a lot to offer. A person with low or poor self-esteem generally feels worthless and that they have little to contribute. Without positive self-esteem it is highly unlikely that a person would have a full, happy and productive life. The development of feelings of self-esteem starts very early in life. For example, when a child learns to walk or talk they feel a sense of having achieved something. Praise and encouragement at this point from parents, or people important in their life, boosts the positive feelings they have about themselves and encourages the child to go on achieving. Achievement in itself is not enough. Love, praise and encouragement are essential elements in helping a child develop a positive self-esteem. Positive self-esteem Positive self-esteem is what good mental health is all about. It is about being able to look after ourselves and rely on ourselves to deal with challenges when they arise. It is about knowing what we are good at and knowing we have to continue to learn and develop. It is about being comfortable with others and knowing how to relate. It is about believing our thoughts have value and that we have the right to express them. ]
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