Nurture a Child's Self-Esteem to Succeed
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Nurture a Child’s Self Esteem to Teach Success
(January 21, 2015, St. Louis, MO) Self-esteem is the ingredient that gives the child the confidence that he will succeed. Without it, the child will be too fearful of failure, and thus not have the courage to take risks in order to succeed.
To nurture self-esteem, the child must feel accepted, and valued as a person. The rules at home are clearly defined, fair and depending on the circumstances, are negotiable. The child is not humiliated, manipulated and is respected for his dignity as a human being. He is challenged to be the best both behaviorally, academically and morally. Finally, the parents themselves have a high level of self esteem.
“Without a strong self-esteem, I would not have accomplished all that I have, “ writes Dr. Lord.
Dr. Lord is the author of From Fieldhand to Ph.D., Ms. Asia International: Motivation for Success and Happiness, and 7 other books.
From a fieldhand in the Philippines, she graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy from St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri and completed her second year Juris Doctor of Law from Taft University Law School, California.
Representing herself as her lawyer (pro-se), she won the landmark case Lord v. Pontigon at the Missouri Courts of Appeal.
For further information on parenting, read Dr. Lord’s Excellence Education: Anger and Stress Management, and Ethical Decision Making, and Dr. Lord’s Virtuous Teenage Parenting. Visit www.drudislord.com
Dr. Lord is available as a motivational speaker and for media interview.