Do you want to boost your child’s self-esteem? Use our practical articles and activities to help your child develop a positive body image, and worry less about how their looks compare with others.
Young people change enormously during adolescence, and sometimes their self-esteem suffers. As a parent, you want to help your child feel good about themselves, and having positive conversations about appearance is an important part of that.
You need to be tuned in to your child’s changing needs, and help them develop an empowered attitude about their looks. You can also raise their confidence by discouraging them from comparing themselves with others, whether friends, classmates, or people in the media.
Focusing on who they are as a person, and their relationships with family and friends, will reduce negative body talk. We’ve compiled these articles and activities to help your child make that shift—and to give you some ideas on how to support them.
So start reading and sharing today—and help boost your child’s confidence.