Self-esteem and confidence are major traits in individuals that affect their success. While these are a lifelong process, the foundation of it needs to be established in early childhood. Building self-esteem will allow the child to deal with difficult situations that they will encounter during their lifetime. Since parents have the greatest influence on a child’s belief, it is important for them to let their child know where they belong, how well they are doing and contribute towards developing confidence and self-esteem.
About the Author: Christine Bellosa
I’m a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who works with children, adolescents, adults and families with over 10 years of experience. My focus is to provide a comfortable and supportive atmosphere in order to help individuals improve their lives through education, insight and change.