It helps children develop respect for themselves, which in turn leads to being respected by others. Children and young people with low self-esteem are more at risk of developing anxiety, depression, self-harming and other mental health problems as they grow up, and will often find the ups and downs of life in general harder to get through.  Moreover, it can be extremely difficult for a teenager with low self-esteem to cope with pressure from peers, school or society. Help your child discover and develop their talents through clubs, groups and activities – your child may gain new skills to be proud of. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a process that helps you to identify how the way you think interacts with how you feel, and what you do as a result. CBT focuses on thoughts, beliefs and opinions about oneself (which are likely to be self-critical, self-blaming and self-doubting), and also provides a practical approach for changing them by changing behaviour. Many children with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), have self-esteem vulnerabilities.
Negative thoughts can affect one’s esteem thus you have to think positively if you want to gain higher self-esteem.
A person that has high self- esteem is not afraid to take life’s challenges and not afraid to face failure as well. As a person with high self-esteem is open for improvements, he is making sure that he is engaging himself into programs that will develop his skills better. Because a person that has high self-esteem thinks positively, it is actually what he is getting.
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I think we do a huge disservice to our children when we stress self-esteem instead of self-respect. For more posts on the topic of Children, visit Bridget Chumbley’s place, One Word at a Time.
When we understand that before anything else we are sons and daughters of the Living God, it will change the way we look at ourselves.


Amen…I think we, as a society, are seeing the consequences of placing so much emphasis on self esteem in recent years. We are relational creatures and we find our way through our primary relationship with our creator, who loves us dearly.
Tremendous teaching…I hope this makes it to every parents email, blog or whatever…just so they see this truth! Confidence is one of my favorite traits, as I believe lack of confidence and self-esteem is one of the easiest ways to sell ourselves short.
So confidence and esteem can be gained by changing our outer reality, by it is most often gained by changing our inner one.
It is important because it helps the individual feel proud of who they are, and what they do. Sometimes children develop low self-esteem after a divorce, bereavement or being bullied or abused. If you make a mistake, admit it and say sorry, to show them that getting it wrong is not the end of the world and happens to everyone. Give criticism calmly, in a constructive way – focusing on the behaviour you want to change instead of criticising the person. If you are worried that your child’s low self-esteem is affecting their day to day life, relationships or ability to learn and develop, it is worth seeking professional help. It is an ideal approach to tackling low self-esteem, as it provides a framework for understanding; 1. These are often due to the consequences of their behaviour, and also as adolescents, their realization of the mismatch between actual achievement and potential. He is spending more time in the activities that will enhance his communication and personality skills.
He is willing to love others, share thought and ideas to others and gives himself to others.


An individual with a healthy self-respect “likes” themselves — even when encountering the inevitable failures in life. If they sold self-esteem in the Sky Mall catalog, it would like like a smiling (but evil) Buddha. Being the mother of a 11-year-old girl going on 16 or something, I’m dealing with this on a daily basis. He is not letting matters suppressed him instead he is solving it with smile and determination. To esteem something is to “hold in high regard.” Self-respect and self-esteem are quite different. While on the other hand, you raised an excellent point, it’s almost like self-respect is not even part of the equation. When life is lived in fellowship with him, to his glory, all the rest falls into its proper place. But my Dad has long insisted that Self-esteem is bogus, and I think self-respect got thrown out with it, because us kids got neither.
Self-esteem balances precariously upon a comparison with someone who’s always “a little better.” When we esteem someone or something, we face serious trouble if we do not measure up to those standards. Our esteem may ebb and flow, whereas a healthy self-respect (liking ourselves) is always grounded in what we are (and are not) — not in what we can or cannot accomplish. He takes any type of discipline as if they were directed at his spirit and not his actions.
Yes, a good self-respect will help him some, but if he doesn’t (with the help of his counselor) work through these things that are tearing him down, he will have no self-esteem and therefore will have no self-respect.



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