Parents, mentors and friends promote a child’s self-esteem. It isn’t a particularly difficult thing to do. If fact, most parents do it without even realizing that their words and actions have great impact on how their child or teenager feels about himself. Here are some suggestions to keep in mind, and outline some of the strategies we utilize in our classes!
Our main goal here at Long Island MMA is to help children succeed! we have helped countless parents and families, just like you (some who’ve had SUBSTANTIAL challenges) build their child’s self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
In fact, we’ve had so much experience and success in dealing with self-esteem issues that even local school guidance counselors, principals and family practitioners regularly refer students to us for special attention in this area.
Why hundreds of other loving parents have chosen our program to help their son or daughter build their Self-Esteem?
It’s because we’re SERIOUS and COMMITTED to making a real, positive impact on our students! Our instructors participate in rigorous ongoing continuing education process to ensure your child is being helped using the latest research and findings in the world of child development.
Rest assured your son or daughter is in the BEST hands at our school.
Our proven successful system for building Self-Esteem, is based on positive reinforcement, positive mentoring and empathy. Your son or daughter will never be singled out in a negative way or made to feel embarrassed… only expertly coached, and encouraged in a positive, impact-full manner, to overcome any obstacles!
Self-esteem is how we feel about ourselves, and our behavior clearly reflects those feelings. For example, a child or teen with high self-esteem will be able to:
- act independently
- assume responsibility
- take pride in his accomplishments
- tolerate frustration
- attempt new tasks and challenges
- handle positive and negative emotions
- offer assistance to others
On the other hand, a child with low self-esteem will:
-avoid trying new things
-feel unloved and unwanted
-blame others for his own shortcomings
-feel, or pretend to feel, emotionally indifferent
-be unable to tolerate a normal level of frustration
-put down his own talents and abilities
-be easily influenced