My Daughter Struggles With Self-Esteem, So I Do These 10 Things to Make Her Feel More Confident
Several years ago, my 5-year-old was in a very dark place in her life. At the time, she was having difficulty with school and she was in the process of being diagnosed with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). She was suffering from depression, and it took a toll on her self-esteem. As you can imagine, it was heartbreaking for me to see my precious little girl in so much pain — pain that she couldn't explain and I couldn't understand.
While other kids her age were enjoying being carefree at the playground after school, my child was having a meltdown in the psychologist's office, screaming that she wished she was never born and that I deserved a better daughter. After many appointments with the psychologist, behavioral therapy, and countless sleepless nights just crying and praying for my little girl, she was finally able to beat her depression and come into the light.
Over the years, I've made it a point to do certain things for my child to help her have the self-esteem and self-confidence I'm happy to say she has in herself today. If you have a child who struggles with these issues, here are 10 easy ways to help them feel good about themselves every single day.