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Five Steps to empower Teenagers self-confidence

Five Steps to empower Teenagers self-confidence

Self-confidence is an approach to one’s abilities and skills. In other words, self-confidence means that you accept yourself for who you are and that you trust your abilities. Everyone appreciates a confident person. A confident person seems comfortable with her job. It becomes a source of inspiration for others. It is a kind of virtue that can be acquired at birth, naturally, or by developing in many ways. Some people have confidence but it is not enough and some have negativity towards them, which is very important for their life. Therefore, everyone should acquire positive self-confidence. But it’s not easy to be confident all the time when other people try to put you down.

Adolescence is the best time to develop self-confidence in the human mind. This is the best time to learn the behavior and to acquire and develop confidence. But in adolescence, most teenager feel insecure, confused, and self-aware. In this situation, parents or a coach must play an important role. Parents are the ones who can help teens gain confidence. Parents must remember that the way they guide and supervise their teenager today will determine the course of their lives tomorrow.

Self-confidence is very important for building a career, as well as for anyone’s life. Self-confidence enables teens to cope with life’s difficulties, uncertainties, disappointments, and vagaries. Relationships, emotions, expectations, competencies, etc. It can lower teens’ self-confidence. Positive self-confidence helps teens achieve their goals and dreams. It helps them build better relationships and be mentally strong.


5 steps for parents to empower teenager self confidence

1.Show respect and praise often: Parents need to understand that teens are no longer a teenager. They deserve a little respect. Therefore, parents should respect their thoughts, their decisions, and praise their success, no matter how small. It will help a lot to develop self-confidence.

2. Avoid comparisons and criticism: in our society, comparing and criticizing others has become a disease. But parents should keep in mind that both do not give good results, but they limit the mental growth of teenager. Therefore, parents should avoid them.

3. Encourage their decision and let them fail: In adolescence, a teenager may want to make decisions for themselves. Parents should not stop them or force them to do anything else. Encourage their decisions, let them try, and encourage them more if they don’t try again. By doing this, a teenager will learn from their failures, identify their abilities, and also try to find a way to develop their abilities. It will improve their self-confidence.

4. Involve them in extracurricular activities: Regular studies aside, parents should encourage their teens to participate in extracurricular activities. With this, parents can identify their interests and monitor them to achieve their goals. Extracurricular activities are great opportunities to improve teens’ self-confidence.

5. Find a Teenager coach: This is a ready-to-go solution. A teenager coach job is to partner with your child to their emotional intelligence, identify their interests, improve self-esteem, self-confidence, and monitor them toward their goals. teenager coach will help your child to discover the main reason for low self-confidence and help teens to get out of it.

Contact me today for a free Teenager coaching Session that covers understanding your teenager challenges, obstacles and draw the map for resilience, self confidence, and goal settings. Sessions are available in Dubai, KSA, Jordan, and Egypt

Five steps for teenagers to cope with COVID-19

Five steps for teenagers to cope with COVID-19

The COVID pandemic has had a great impact on our lives. Both adults and teenager face stressful, anxious, and overwhelming challenges in this situation. The most effective precaution to reduce the spread of COVID is to maintain social distancing. On the other hand, keeping a distance from friends, family, and neighbors can make people feel isolated, lonely, stressed, and anxious. According to the researchers, adults are better able to cope with loneliness, stress and anxiety than children and adolescents. It is difficult for a teenager to cope with a new environment and a new lifestyle unless properly guided. Therefore, all parents or guardians must teach their children the process of dealing with all the situations they face in their life.

“Proper and healthy parenting and coaching will make a teenager stronger and resilient. “

COVID is an unexpected situation that is a fight for the survival of all. All parents must keep themselves and their children strong and prepare for the pandemic. Sometimes teens can become weak, stressed, lonely, and anxious. Therefore, each parent must help them overcome these difficulties.

5 steps help teenager to cope with COVID-19 pandemic

There are many ways to help teens cope with the COVID pandemic. 5 The main steps are as follows:

1. Stay in touch with them: Teenager should not feel alone. It greatly affects your mental health. Parents must relate to them. Have breakfast, lunch and dinner together. Talk about what they like, what they don’t like, and share your feelings. Parents can also allow call or video call setup to spend time with other family members and keep teenagers happy.

2. Teach them to be positive: as per positive psychology research, positive thinking empowers you against catastrophic thinking. All parents must teach their children to be positive, optimistic, resilient and to think positively. Positive thinking improves mental health and helps relieve stress and anxiety.

3. Creates positive habits: Sometimes teens can get bored when faced with a day without a routine. Therefore, parents should create a routine for their teenager. The routine should contain fun activities in addition to school work. Let them do new things that interest them. Like cooking, gardening, reading storybooks, feeding a pet, and many more. This will surely help them decrease their stress.

4. Stop chatting and listening to news about the pandemic all the time: although it is the duty of all parents to educate their teens about the pandemic. But continually exercising the subject is not good for children. This will create a negative impact on the child’s mind. It will create fear in their mind and they will become anxious.

5. Get a teenager coach: In this 21st century, everything is much easier for people around the world. Today, teenager coach provides parenting coaching and teen coaching. Parents and teens should attend these training sessions to learn how to deal with whatever difficult emotional situations they are facing.

Contact me today for a free Teenager coaching Session that covers understanding your teenager challenges, obstacles and draw the map for resilience, self confidence, and goal settings. Sessions are available in Dubai, KSA, Jordan, and Egypt


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