Category Archives: Self-Confidence

Benefits of Blogging for Students

Benefits of Blogging for Students Better distress coping skills, trust in others, socially integrated, and satisfaction in friendships. Better distress coping skills - Benefits of blogging for students There is not a single negative outcome when asked if keeping a daily diary betters the writer or worsens their life. A natural for young females, diaries…
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Hopes, Dreams, and Goals

Hopes, Dreams, and Goals Used interchangeably, yet each has a particular effect What are the hopes, dreams, and goals for your teenage son or daughter? If you're not sure, ask them. And then have a series of casual conversations about each. Hopes Of all teen desires, most destructive is hope. While hope can evolve into…
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Power of compliments

In my work with teenagers, parents are expectedly motivated into providing the necessary resources, beyond my fee, that empowers change in their son or daughter. Little do they know that they have vast resources available for their teen. Compliments are so critical for sustainable progress when teenagers are experiencing personal growth. While acting as-if they have…
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Confidence in change

Confidence in Change Before your teen can have confidence in change, they must have a positive self-confidence level. Taking that first step towards change is scary. Here are a few thoughts on how to boost their self-confidence. Help them to identify the issue. Seems easy enough, yet problemscan be layered with multiple issues that might…
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Learned Optimism Test

Learned Optimism Test Here is a quick test for you parents Question: What is the best way to predict if your child will be successful in college? A) High SAT scores; B) Four years at a private high school; C) Raised in a traditional family with a biological father, mother, and siblings; D) High expectations for…
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