Positive Words to Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem

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Self-esteem reflects one’s belief and attitude towards one’s own worth. It heavily influences choices, decisions and motivation to take care of self and explore full potential.

Development of positive and healthy self-esteem is crucial to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. Kids with high self-esteem are more probable to persistently strive for the accomplishment of their objectives and ambitions.

Those who have lower self-confidence do not consider themselves capable of achieving the goals; let important things slide and tend to be less persistent and stubborn to faceoff hardship.
They may have same goals as children with higher self-esteem but they are less stirred to pursue them to the upshot.

Parents and teachers can play a major role in boosting a child’s self-esteem.

The powerful words you say to your children, either positive or negative, stay with them for the rest of their lives. So, make sure you provide them with only positive and encouraging words to make them feel loved, competent and productive.

We have rounded up here the positive words to raise your child’s confidence and help build a positive self-image.

  • I am proud of you for giving such a great idea.
  • Thumbs Up!
  • You are doing very well.
  • That’s the best thing I have ever experienced.
  • You have done a marvelous job.
  • I’m getting excited to see what you do.
  • I knew you could do it.
  • You have worked very hard on that.
  • You speak how you feel and this is really good.
  • Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
  • You stayed so relax in that problem. I’m impressed!
  • I love hearing from you.
  • You are my hero.
  • You have solved my biggest problem. Thank You so much!
  • I always enjoy your company.
  • You are brilliant.
  • I have found you very creative.
  • Nothing can stop you from success.
  • You have figured out the solution quickly.
  • I am impressed the way you handled that.
  • You know just what to do.
  • Great! You finally did it.
  • You are a fantastic problem solver.
  • I know that was hard for you but you did it very well.
  • You are learning.
  • Failure is an opportunity to start again more wisely.
  • Amazing! How did you do that?
  • You have a sharp memory.
  • I trust you.
  • I will protect you from all around you.
  • My world is beautiful with you in it.
  • Believe you can and you are almost there.
  • It seems impossible until it is done.
  • You are brave.
  • I miss you when we are apart.
  • I feel protected with you.
  • You have a great sense of humor.
  • I know you are capable.
  • You deserve to be treated well.
  • Your choice matters.
  • Your opinions/ideas are worthy.
  • It’s fun to do things with you.
  • Your words are powerful.
  • You are my best friend.
  • You are a soft-hearted person and that’s what makes you valuable.
  • I’m grateful to have you in my life.
  • You do not need to be what others want you to be.
  • You have options.
  • You can disagree with someone you respect.
  • You never quit and this is what would make you succeed.
  • I love you.
  • You are important to me.
  • You are beautiful the way you are.
  • You have made me think about the things differently.
  • Thank you for being so helpful.

Hope, these words would help you keep your children motivated, confident and optimistic.

Practice providing your kids with positive words throughout each day. These will also help you develop a strong parent/child relationship.

Author:

Addison is journalist, social media expert and blogger. He is passionate technology writer and contributes towards mobile security, spy software for android, kids monitoring and teen issues. To know more about him follow twitter@addisonalbert55

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