Create Childhood Confidence Plr Ebook

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:
Confidence Basics
Chapter 2:
Let your Child Know You Believe In Them
Chapter 3:
Acknowledge Achievements and Fears
Chapter 4:
Teach Them to Learn From Errors
Chapter 5:
Learn to Accept Who Your Child Is
Chapter 6:
Take an Interest in Your Childs Life and Provide Opportunities for Positive Growth
Chapter 7:
Why it is Important to Provide Responsibilities
Chapter 8:
The Disadvantages of Poor Self Confidence

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Chapter 2: Let your Child Know You Believe In Them


The next step that we will touch base with for creating confidence in your child is letting your child know that you believe in them. This is actually a very simple task to do and requires little effort. However, it is still very important. There are many different ways that you can let your child know you believe in them. With enough effort and time, you will be able to find activities that greatly improve your child’s confidence while showing that you believe in them.

Many people may be unsure of how to perform this step effectively and may not have an idea of where to begin. Are you one of these people? If the answer is yes do not worry, children do not come with guidebooks but you can get advice from places such as this book. Continuing reading and pay close attention to the next chapter because it will give you some valuable tips to help you build your child’s self-confidence.

Show That You Believe In Them

The process of showing your child that you believe in them can be completed in many different ways. Often times, what works for one child will not have the same impact on another. This means that you will likely have to try different things until you find something that works. If you do not know where to start, a few examples are provided below:

Encourage Your Child to Try New Things:

Encouraging your child to try new things is an excellent way of building their confidence and showing them that you fully believe in their abilities to accomplish something. Pay attention to the things that your child tells you, especially when it comes to what they would like to do but do not feel that they would be any good at it. Use this situation as a way to show you believe in them by encouraging them to try. Tell them that you believe in them and that they can do anything they set their mind to. It is important to explain to them that they may not be great at something when they first start but over time and with practice they will get much better.

Push Them Out of Their Comfort Zone:

When a child is stuck in a comfort zone their chances of building their self-confidence are much slimmer than that of a child who is always challenging themselves. Teaching your child to challenge their self will greatly improve their self-confidence while at the same time showing them that you believe that they can do anything.

Brag about Your Child:

Bragging about your child can be a great way to build their confidence and show them that you believe in them. This is especially true if the bragging is done in front of them. Tell other people of their accomplishments and the things you think they will achieve in future as this will surely boost their confidence. Do not brag too much though because this may cause the child to become big headed.

Chapter 3:

Acknowledge Achievements and Fears


Acknowledging your child’s fears, as well as their achievements, is vital in the role of helping your child develop a healthy level of self-confidence. This is especially true when a child triumphs over their fear in order to accomplish something. It is important to remember that while trying to build a child’s confidence, every little accomplishment should be noted. No matter how small the task is your child will greatly benefit from you acknowledging their accomplishment.

The following chapter will give you some helpful information that can assist you with acknowledging for child’s achievements and fears. It will serve as your guide so pay careful attention and make sure to retain all the information as it will surely help your child in becoming a self-confident person.

Praise Their Achievements, Understand Their Fears

A parent’s role of praising their child’s achievements as well as understanding their child’s fears are two topics that we will go over in this chapter. It is important for a parent to understand that both are equally important when it comes to the process of instilling confidence into their child.

We will go over the importance of and the ways to praise a child’s achievements first.

Praise Their Achievements:

Praising your child’s achievements, no matter how small it may seem to you, is vital in the process of creating confidence. This will make your child feel good about their self and will also create a self-confidence because they will feel as if they are constantly doing things that impress you.

Praising your child’s achievements can actually have more of a positive outcome than constantly pointing out the negative things your child might do. This is not surprising since always pointing out the wrong thing a child does makes them feel as if they cannot do anything right. On the other hand, always praising your child’s achievements and not talking to them about mistakes that they are making will have negative outcomes as well. This is because the child will feel as if they can do nothing wrong. It is important to find a healthy balance between pointing out mistakes and praising achievements.

When praising your child’s achievements, you must be careful to spoil or over treat them. If you provide your child with a large reward every time they complete a small task, they will naturally begin to think that this will happen every time they do something. This can lead to negative behaviors when the rewards stop as the child will be confused about why they no longer receive a reward for a certain task. It is advised that rewards be saved for bigger accomplishments. When it comes to smaller achievements, verbal recognition or a pat on the back will suffice just fine.

Understand Your Child’s Fears:

Understanding your child’s fears also play a large role in the development of your child’s self-confidence. You may be asking, how can fear make my child more confident in their self? The answer is the fact that overcoming fear can boost a person’s self-confidence dramatically. While trying to overcome fears it is important that you first understand them.

You do not want to set your child up for failure. Some of the things they may be scared to attempt may actually be too difficult for them. One of the worst things you can do while trying to build a child’s confidence is put them in a situation where they will not win. You need to talk to your child and discover what it is that they are afraid of attempting and determine if it would be a good idea to push your child toward facing those fears.

Once you understand your child’s fears and have determined the possible negative and positive outcomes of facing them, you may make the decision to motivate your child to face those fears. Accomplishing a task that a child once feared they would fail is probably one of the best ways to build their self-confidence. This is because this process shows them that they can do things, no matter how hard they are or scared they were, if they just put their mind to it.

It is important to not push your child in to facing to many of their fears. Pushing your child too hard may result in an outcome completely different from one you desire. It may make the child anxious which could have an impact on the rest of their life. This make actually further lower their self-confidence because the anxiety may keep them from being able to accomplish other tasks that they could do effortlessly at one point.

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