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Increase Your Child’s Self-Esteem by More Educational Involvement

According to Do Something, there are about 70 percent of girls who are in the age range of 15-17 years old who tend to avoid doing normal activities, like going to school and or seeing friends, all because they suffer from low self-esteem. In addition, there are more than 40 percent of boys in both middle and high school who have goals of gaining more muscle mass. It is no secret that many high school-aged kids have low self-esteem and try to change the way they look. This may be due to the influence of other children in school or what they see in social media and or TV. What is important here, is that more and more teens have low self-esteem and are being less motivated in their education. Many teens are cutting school and or are opting out of joining in on educational activities because they feel bad about the way they look. It is important for parents to understand their child and their self-esteem issues and try their best to decrease the amount of low self-esteem they have.

What many parents fail to realize is that it is critical to be more involved in your child’s educational life. There have been many studies all over the country that if parents are more involved in their child’s education, their child has a higher chance of succeeding overall. They are more likely to go to college, get a good job and own a home. In addition, they are likely to have less behavioral issues in the long run. According to Child Trends, students who have more involvement with their child’s education are more likely to perform better in school. Parental involvement is critical to the overall success of your child’s education. It all starts with teaching your … Read More ...