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What NOT to Say to Your Kids: Builiding Self-Esteem

We often make mistakes when talking to our kids, its only natural.  Even as a therapist I can say something with the intention of helping and it can be perceived as anything but! In working with kids and helping families for many years now, I have learned what to say and what NOT to say when trying to help build self-esteem and teach confidence.  My HealthyPlace.com vlog this week is on just that.  Learn what TO say and what to AVOID when talking to kids, consoling them, or helping them navigate life’s struggles.


Say it Right

For the original and more tips on building self-esteem click here to be directed to HealthyPlace.com


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Emily Roberts MA, LPC is the clinical therapist for the Neurogistics Children’s Program. She has worked with Neurogistics for over a decade. Emily is also an award-winning author of Express Yourself: A Teen Girls Guide to Speaking Up and Becoming Who You Are, Psychotherapist, TV & Media Contributor, educational speaker and parenting consultant.  Express Yourself is available at bookstores nationwide and on Amazon. To learn more about Emily click here.




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