Low self-esteem has a tendency to tell stories in your daughter’s mind. It makes her think she’s “no good,” “not capable,” and that she can’t become who it is she wants to be.
You may have heard your daughter say:
- “I can’t do it.”
- “I don’t like myself.”
- “I’m not good enough.”
- “Why should I even try?”
Low self-esteem can interfere with your daughter’s ability to function at her best at school, resulting in lower-than-expected grades. It keeps her from excelling in the activities she loves, holding her back from doing what she’s capable of. Low self-esteem also impacts her relationships and can lead to depression.
Your daughter can be a confident, capable, thriving young adult.
I can help your daughter to:
- talk back to her inner critical voice instead of believing in it
- focus on successes she already has, big or small
- manage the sadness and moodiness
- Learn self-talk that helps her, not beats her up
- feel pride in herself
The longer low self-esteem goes on, the more debilitating it can become.
Let’s talk about how I can help your daughter change how she thinks about herself.