|About the Book|
Everyone of us has had a day, a moment or perhaps even a lifetime of being critical of ourselves over something. Perhaps it was or is our nose that we dont like. Our height? Our weight? Our parents? Our grades? Our voice? Our clothes? Our lack ofMoreEveryone of us has had a day, a moment or perhaps even a lifetime of being critical of ourselves over something. Perhaps it was or is our nose that we dont like. Our height? Our weight? Our parents? Our grades? Our voice? Our clothes? Our lack of athletic talent? Our neighborhood?It just seems to be human nature to be critical of ourselves. This self-criticism coupled with the criticism that exists all around us at school, in the world, and at home can mold us into individuals with low self-esteem. While we occasionally see in the news where people are afraid there may be too much falsely inflated self-esteem in children today, there definitely needs to be more focus on those children and teens with low self-esteem.Remember: Every activity a child does which results in success helps improve his/her self-esteem. While depression, anxiety, ADHD and other disorders may cloud the childs view of success, it is still of utmost importance that adults find ways to produce success-building activities for children and teens.This book gives you a view of the many causes of self-esteem problems, the ways we can treat this complex issue, and the possible results of poor self-esteem left untreated. If you apply the skills learned in this book to your family life, with all of your children and even yourself, you will see amazing changes. Low Self-Esteem does not have to continue, if you have the tools to treat it.This book will open your eyes and hearts to what we need to do to help our children and ourselves with this difficult problem.