Building Self Esteem in Girls: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Daughter Develop Confidence and Self Esteem

| April 11, 2016

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Building Self Esteem in Girls: A Parent's Guide to Helping Your Daughter Develop Confidence and Self Esteem (Building Self Esteem in Children | Self Esteem Activities for Girls)

If you want to help your daughter build self-esteem so that she’ll become a healthy and confident woman later in life, then this book is for you!

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A girl’s self-esteem is synonymous with her sense of self-worth, self-confidence, and self-regard. Simply put, it’s how she values herself. And without a doubt, helping your daughter develop self-esteem is by far the best thing that you can do for her as a parent. Adults who aren’t confident in their own abilities or don’t regard themselves highly rarely end up ahead in life, for example, at the top of the corporate ladder or having built meaningful relationships with others. Self-esteem plays such a vital role in a person’s life, and parents should be prepared to actively participate in the building of their child’s self-esteem from a young age.

Have you ever wondered why some girls seem to have a healthy self-esteem, while others don’t? Would you like to the simple things you can do to instill a higher value on your daughter’s sense of self worth? This book is for parents who are motivated to see their daughter grow up to be a successful and healthy person, whether as a career woman or as a loving wife and mom. Helping your daughter achieve a healthy self-esteem is absolutely the best gift you can ever give her, so don’t wait another minute – get started today!

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…

  • A Parent’s Role in Building Your Daughter’s Self-Esteem
  • The Importance of Healthy Body Image
  • Handling Peer Pressure
  • Ten Steps to Build Her Self-Confidence
  • Identity Development
  • Activities That Help Build Self-Esteem
  • Much, much more!

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