Building self esteem intentionally in children – by Joe Rubino

“Studies show that self esteem is the most important ingredient responsible for attaining success and happiness, developing effective communication and creating rewarding relationships. In this continuing series, building upon past articles SelfEsteem and More SelfEsteem , here are 10 additional ways that parents and teachers can champion children to build their self-esteem…”

You can see the 10 ways here:
www.examiner.com/examiner/x-30453-Massachusetts-Health-and-Happiness-Examiner~y2009m11d24-Building-self-esteem-intentionally-in-children


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