Self-esteem can seem a bit intangible. We can’t really see it, hold on to it, or touch it in any way. Despite this, we are often acutely aware when it is missing, especially in our children. They can seem to have a very negative opinion of themselves, or they seem unconfident, overly dependent, or conformist.

So if you want to give a child the best possible opportunities in life, then helping them to have high self-esteem is a great starting point. To help you along that road, here’s a free download with  my top 10 tips for building your child’s self-esteem.

David Coleman, Clinical Psychologist

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