If your teenager has low self-confidence or is anxious about being picked on, this episode is for you.
7 in 10 girls believe that they are not good enough or don’t measure up in some way, including their looks, performance in school, and friendships. Boys struggle with self-esteem almost as much. When teens feel bad about themselves, they may try to avoid normal daily activities like going to school, or often engage in unhealthy activities like cutting, bullying, disordered eating, and even losing themselves in video games.
What can we do?
In this episode, I’m joined by Clinical Psychologist, Kate Lund, who has worked with major hospitals, schools, and hundreds of parents. Her international bestselling book Bounce is the ultimate guide to helping children build resilience and thrive in all areas of life.
Kate and I discuss:
How to help your teens build resilience
Common mistakes parents make trying to build their teen’s confidence
The #1 thing parents can do to build their child’s self-esteem
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