Monthly Archives: June 2016

Some Secrets of Confident People

We all strive as parents to help our children to be confident it always helps to be confident in your self as a parent too. When you think of confident people, whom do you picture? What makes you consider those particular people as confident? Perhaps you view confident people as natural and relaxed as they converse and engage with others. However, most people who

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Confidence: Are you confident?

Over the past few days I have been posting blogs about confidence. This concept is very dear to my heart as I have spent a great deal of time working on my own self confidence. Many of us have made this journey and I think the most important thing to remember on this pathway is that you have to be true and authentic to

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Stop Worrying What Other People Think About You

  Are you a people pleaser? Do you tend to say one thing to one person, but another thing to another person, just so that you can avoid conflict and seem easy to get along with? Would others consider you a pushover? Do you worry about making your own decisions without the approval of others? If so, you may be too caught up in

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5 Tips to Reduce Shyness

You may feel quite confident in areas of your life, however you know that you need to work on your shyness. Unfortunately, shy people are unfairly labeled as appearing unconfident and unfriendly. While this is untrue in most cases, it can be worth the effort to work on reducing shyness. Doing so can open up new opportunities that may not have been possible otherwise

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4 Ways to support Your Child Gain Social Confidence

  The early school years are a time when some children appear to have a few social issues that become evident amongst their peers. It can be devastating for both you and your child when this emerges. Social skills are something that are learned, and rely on social cues and expectations. Some children do not read those social cue naturally. Sometimes children may can

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4 Ways to Lessen the Impact Social Media Has on Lowering your child’s Confidence Levels

  Social media can be a good thing when used occasionally and carefully. For example, it is nice to stay in contact with family and close friends who live across the country from your family. However, when social media becomes a big part of your child’s daily life, then it starts to mess with their head. It can negatively affect how they feel about

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6 Myths about Confidence

  You want to have and experience confidence, just as much as anyone else does. However, it is also easy to trick yourself into believing that confidence is only for the elite and not something that everyone can achieve. What usually holds people back is that they believe the myths about there about confidence. This article exposes the myths that you may believe, in

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Developing Confidence and Resilience in your children

See what kids think about confidence In today’s world with all the pressures put on families and our children at school with social media,working parents,  friendships, pressures to get on to achieve and so on… the emotional well being of our children can be over looked. Children can develop perceptions  that we as adults can be blithely unaware. Take the time to get off

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5 Tips for Raising Confident Children

The majority of parents want to raise confident children. This is an important goal to strive for as confidence learned and developed earlier on in life can impact on that child’s performance and coping skills as they grow up. Therefore, parents and the adults around them, play a very significant role in helping to nurture and develop their children’s self-confidence. You need to realize

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