As parents, we want the best for our children! Deep down, we all want for our children to grow up to be happy and fulfilled individuals with the skills necessary to handle the ups and downs that life throws at us, together with a deep sense of their own worth. Of course, we do! Because we know that self-esteem is key to resilience and good mental health.
Think of healthy self-esteem and a sound sense of self, as your child’s inner compass. The navigation system that allows them to make choices that support them; to stand up for themselves, create meaningful relationships, give and receive love and have faith in themselves.
But, you may ask, how do we go about this?
Does this mean we need to praise more?
Or that we need to enrol our children in all the confidence building clubs and after school activities that we possibly can?
And are confidence and self-esteem two different names for the same thing?
Many parents find this topic somewhat confusing – and end up feeling that nothing they do to boost their children’s self-esteem works.
In this workshop, we uncover the reasons for this. I will show you how you can relate to your child in ways that boost your child’s self-esteem and fosters a greater connection between you.
This parenting workshop will give you a clear understanding of the key elements of self-esteem and how it differs in important ways from confidence. I guarantee that you will walk away with a clear idea of what simple, yet powerful things you can do, as a mum or dad to support this important inner compass in your child.