Posts Tagged ‘self-esteem activities for children’

Bullying and Self-Esteem: What to do When Your Child is Bullied at School

Latest research shows that more than half of all children are, at least on one occasion, directly involved in bullying either as a perpetrator, victim, or both. But as parents we have the power to help reduce bullying and improve self-esteem. Talk with and listen to your kids – everyday Research shows that parents are often the last to know…

Self-esteem activities for children: siblings without rivalry!

Sibling rivalry has always had a bad press. It can apply to any child living in the same family, from step brothers and sisters to blood related brothers and sisters – and it refers to the jealousy, competition, teasing and fighting that goes on between them – and all the experts seem to agree that it stems from your child’s…

Self-esteem activities for children: talking with and at your kids

One of the best self-esteem activities for children is to have a loving parent talk with them. There has been lots of research on family communication that has repeatedly confirmed that we spend very little time actually talking with our children (less than 20 minutes a day) and most of our time talking at them complaining, commanding, criticizing, nagging and…