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Guide 2 Parenting   >   Self Confidence

Raising Self-Confident Children


If you want to be a successful parent, you need to take time to fully understand what your children need in order to be self-confident, happy, and healthy.

Here some tips that can help you be that successful parent:-
  1. Be physical with your children. Hold your children, touch them, kiss them. When your children know that they are loved by you, then they will learn to love themselves. That includes learning to feel good about themselves, to feel attractive, and to lived confident happy lives.

  2. Your kids by example, so if you want your children to be healthy, fit, attractive, and kind then you need to live that way yourself. You want to show your kids that the two most important people in their lives, mommy and daddy, share a happy and healthy life, eat well, and loving communication. Children want to feel proud of their parents and it's part of your job to make them feel proud.

  3. It's critically important to be honest with your kids, at all times. When you show them that you have integrity and are respectful with honesty, they will want to emulate that aspect of you.

  4. Start listening more attentively to your children. You want them to have absolutely no doubt that you are genuinely interested in them, their feelings, and their lives.

  5. Get involved in activities that your kids are interested in. Whatever age your children are, start to enthusiastically play with them during these activities. Whether it's spending a few moments hand-painting with them, or throwing around the ball each afternoon. If you have teenagers then spend time talking about their interests. It's easy to keep putting this off so don't procrastinate, start today!

  6. The most precious item that you can ever give your kids is your time. That includes reading books aloud with them, or in the case of younger children, having them read their favorite stories to you. It also includes sharing your stories and adventures with them. You can talk to them about what mommy and daddy were like when you first met, or what you did when when you were a child.

  7. Be open and friendly to your child's friends, and encourage them to hang out at your house. Many parents are uptight, and have too many rules that will make your child's friends feel unwelcome, and in turn will damage your own child's self-esteem. But, if you show your child that their friends are welcome and that you accept their choice of friends in the home, then that sends a message of acceptance and trust of about their decisions. When you believe in your children then they will learn to believe in themselves.

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