Day Eighteen – The difference between self-worth and self-esteem and how to teach it to your children

Self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-love.  There are so many different ways to describe the ‘feel good’ we ultimately want to set up in our kids, it can be confusing.

Today’s video begins to cut through all these different labels and gets to the two fundamental labels that we need to focus on first – self-worth and self-esteem.    Our kids need to know that they are innately worthy AND they also need to control the judging brain that will rate themselves based on the experiences we have. 

Today’s video teaches you the difference between self-worth and self-esteem and how you can begin to teach your children the difference too.

By the way, my apologies for failing to keep this week’s videos to 3 minutes.  I really am trying but there is SO much I want to share with you, lol.  Hope you’re enjoying them and making the time for them anyway.

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