Self-confidence often doesn’t come naturally to bright and quirky kids.
According to Michele Borba, educational psychologist and author of Thrivers: The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Others Shine, building self-confidence starts by figuring out who your child really is—not who you want them to be.
By focusing on your child’s natural talents and interests, they can develop a hobby that will build inner strength, sense of self, and resilience for years to come.
Listen below to learn more.
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