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How to praise to build children’s self-esteem

Praise helps build children’s self-esteem when it is specific and believable and when it helps children interpret their failures positively. Here’s an ultra-quick video guide on how to praise to build children’s self-esteem.

The first part of this video is a direct excerpt from my book, Chapter 12 ‘Are you doing too much for your children?’ – so take a look there for lots more tips on quick and easy ways to build children’s self-esteem!

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