Things you say that might harm your child's self-esteem
We often catch ourselves say certain things like “Look at your ate, she’s behaved. You should be more like her,” or asking more from our kids because the other kid did it better. Although we mean well, it may ignite feelings of jealousy and insecurity. Build your child's self-esteem by saying things a little differently
It’s a difficult responsibility but not an impossible one. Sometimes, it can be as small as being more mindful of the words we use. Here are some ways you can say things a little differently.