Parents, Kids,
and Self Esteem:

15 Ways to Help
Kids Like Themselves.


The direction of children's self esteem can be heavily determined by what they hear their parents say to them and about them. - Proverb

Dr. Darrell Burnett, clinical child psychologist, father of three, has over 20 years of private practice with children, adolescents, and families, emphasizing positive parenting. In that time he has noticed a common thread running through the lives of troubled youths: low self esteem. Drawing from his observations of what was missing in the family lives of the kids with low self esteem, Dr. Burnett has put together a set of guidelines for parents, which can be used as a checklist to help ensure that the essentials for promoting self esteem are not missing in their children's family life.

In this easy-to-read 30 page booklet, and an easy-to-follow CD, Parents, Kids, & Self Esteem: 15 Ways to Help Kids Like Themselves, Dr. Burnett discusses:


- Four cornerstones of self esteem

  • a sense of belonging
  • a sense of worthiness
  • a sense of dignity
  • a sense of control

- 15 Parent Guidelines for building a child's self esteem:

  • Be positive.
  • Urge creativity.
  • Involve yourself.
  • Listen without attacking.
  • Define rules, limits, and consequences.
  • Set a good example.
  • Express your values.
  • Laugh and play.
  • Focus on family time.
  • Emphasize.
  • Show your love.
  • Teach responsibility.
  • Expect only what is reasonable.
  • Encourage time and money management.
  • Monitor TV

In this 60 minute CD seminar and accompanying 30 page booklet, Dr. Burnett discusses the concept of self esteem, the four cornerstones of self esteem, and 15 specific ways for parents to help promote self esteem in their children. $12.95.

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