podcast show notes | episode 028 | helping kids cultivate better self-esteem
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In Episode 028, we share stories and ideas that parents can use to help their kids cultivate better self-esteem. This episode is filled with many simple yet impactful takeaways that you can implement straight away to foster more confidence and self-esteem in your children.
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Give kids controlled failures that won’t limit their choices/opportunities long term.
“You’re doing your job as a parent if your kid is having safe failures.”
“A Sin-Resistant Generation” by Joy Jones
Help your kids set small, attainable goals.
“Children are great imitators, so give them something great to imitate.”
Here’s a link to a pumice bar very similar to the one BH bought at her local nail shop.
We have to be responsible for the things we say as parents. Don’t talk bad about yourself, especially around your kids.
“Stand out. Be different. Be a light.” -Russell M. Nelson
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