You, your child, and self-confidence Public Deposited

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  • Many parents want their children to have positive feelings about themselves and to believe they can succeed. Children often evaluate their selfworth and make judgments about their abilities based on experiences they have at home. Families can provide numerous opportunities every day to develop children’s self-confidence.
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