Four Areas Of Self-Esteem

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Nadiyah Gregory March 15, 2017 Parenting Skills 02.07 Review Questions 1. Describe four areas of self-esteem discussed in the text and provide an example of each. *Four areas of self-esteem that are discussed in the text are academic, social, physical, and moral self-esteem. An example of academic self-esteem is when a student feels good about their self in an educational manner because his peers know that he is intelligent and smart. For this student, coming to school on a regular basis, keeping his grades up, and studying before going to bed is an easy task. An example of social self-esteem is when a person does things to get popular on social media or in school to be obtain praise by their families, peers, and teachers. When it comes to…show more content…
What are three characteristics that contribute to high or positive self-esteem? What are three characteristics that contribute to low or negative self-esteem? *Three characteristics that contribute to high self-esteem are ambitious, optimistic, and social. Three characteristics that contribute to low self-esteem are failure, pessimistic, and…show more content…
A person 's sense of self changes from ages 10 to 11 into the teenage years because they start to become self-concious about themselves and their self-esteem starts becoming a more common factor that is thought about everyday. This has a very heavy effect on an adolecensce life. Critical Thinking Questions 1. How would you explain self-esteem to someone? *I would explain self-esteem to someone as it being an everyday thought that would consist of self-worth and self-confidence. Worrying about what other people say will affect a person 's self-esteem negatively. 2. Discuss how a parent can help their child develop good social self-esteem. *A parent can help their child develop good social self-esteem by creating a strong bond with their child. With this, children learn how to be independent, how to communicate, and leadership. Parents should provide an interesting place for their child to roam around safely and discover stimulating things. This is proven to help children become more inteligent. Also, having your child interact with children in the same age group will help the child develop good social
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