They say charity begins at home, but so do a slew of other qualities: compassion, chivalry, and, most importantly, confidence. Between bullies and the overly critical media, kids seem to have lower self-esteem than ever before. And while we can't control what happens in school or what's written in magazines (though we wish we could), we do have control over one aspect of our children's lives: their home. By making a few changes, you can create a safe space that boosts your children's self-esteem and (hopefully) teaches them to help others who may be a bit down on themselves.
How to Build a Home That Boosts Self-Esteem
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