Single Parenting that Works Lesson 4: Helping Children Thrive
Parenting • 24m
An army of forces is at war in your child's world. Day after day, this army of people and messages attack your child's self-esteem and attempts to convince your child that he or she is worthless. Your home, however, can be a nurturing place for your child's self-esteem.
This lesson discusses how children in a single-parent family can thrive and feel good about themselves when you know the ABCs of building their self-esteem. These ABCs are easy to remember, and you can excel in this important skill of parenting.
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