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Parent Blog

From the moment a child is born they are learning new skills, and with new skills comes the confidence to use them! As a parent, there are many ways you can boost your child’s confidence. Take a look at these helpful tips for encouraging confidence!

 

Teach New Skills

A great way to boost your child’s confidence is to introduce them to things like art, music, sports, crafts, and more to see if they are passionate about a particular subject. Once your child shows interest in a specific area, encourage them to learn new skills and grow their passion!

 

Give Praise

Be sure to offer praise in a constructive manner instead of your praise being results-based. Focus on progress, attitude, and effort! This specific type of praise often results in your child putting in more effort, working toward their goals, and trying new things.

 

Let Your Child Fail

Just because you fall short of your goal doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world. Teach your children how to cope with failure to prepare them for success later in life.
  • Don’t compare your child’s progress to others
  • Be a good role model
  • Avoid harsh criticism
  • Develop their strengths
  • Set goals with your child

 

Building self-confidence in your child will empower them to try new things and meet new people.

Pediatrics Plus is here to help your child strengthen their self-confidence so they are ready to conquer their world! Learn more about our services here!

 

References for this article include Safe Sitter, Kids Health, and Child Mind.