By definition self-esteem is the way a person perceives himself, his thoughts and feelings about who he is and the ability to achieve in ways that are important to him. Children identify with who they are and how they fit into a family and society early in their lives and often children need help to understand blended families, adoptions or same sex parents.
Self-esteem can start as early as babyhood. It develops slowly over time. It can start just because a child feels safe, loved, and accepted. It can start when a baby gets positive attention and loving care. As babies become toddlers and young children, they’re able to do some things all by themselves. They feel good about themselves when they can use their new skills. Their self-esteem grows when parents pay attention, let a child try, give smiles and show they’re proud.
This series of books covers issues that effect a child’s self-esteem and identity such as bullying, being teased, having to wear glasses, adoption, egg and sperm donation and having different colour skin to your family, and many more.
Many books have been written others are coming soon. If you need a book urgently hit the I need this book button to hurry the creative process.
VISIT OUR SHOP TO VIEW ALL BOOKS UNDER SELF ESTEEM AND IDENTITY