Making Things Easy for Kids Could Build Self-Esteem

Study shows having a solid sense of belief in yourself might have positive effect on children.
1:26 | 05/05/14

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We'll go to the other topics of our "Heat index." One, is do our kids get off too easy. One of the stories in "The new York times." Really is something. Refutes the claim that kidding getting everything too easily is bad saying that high self-esteem is beneficial and unconditional self-esteem, a strong sense of belief in yourself, in your confidence is the best way to be. I was one of these guys who said I don't like everybody getting a trophy for just showing up. A pretty convincing article based on a study. I want to quote one thing. It says -- based on an Israeli study. When the consistent finding when children find their parents' feelings vary, it creates fragile and unstable sense of self. I think there's some validity to it but they need to have goals and aspire to achieve and I don't know. I don't -- I feel very -- And earning it. I feel earning it is a huge quality of -- you want your kids to be humble and have some humility and feel a sense of pride when they do well. You want to encourage them but don't want you to feel your affection or love is based 0en ha. Makes sense. Get to know your child because something -- it may work for that particular personality and not for another child. No one size fits all. Interesting study. Very. Are two veeps too many for

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