Raising well-adjusted children

THE BIRTH of any child is often an emotional time for the family. Thoughts as to the future needs of the offspring are prominent in the minds of the parents. In many cases, preparations are made for clothing, room space or nursery, and even sometimes, school registration, from the time the mother-to-be is pregnant.

Yet, how many parents think consciously about their ability and responsibility to nurture a positive self-esteem in their child?

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One Response to “Raising well-adjusted children”

  1. Lee says:

    Reading the article makes me wonder if I overdid it with my son. He is confident to the point of cockiness. In my estimation he is a show off, but It’s better than being timid. He think is is the greatest guitarist waiting to happen and no one can tell him otherwise.

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kimesha Posted by: kimesha November 9, 2009 at 12:08 pm