We all live in a real world which is challenging, and as compared in the past, children today are lucky because they have the comfort of modern life has to offer, but they also face a lot of struggles. We often hear about bullies not just in school grounds but also in social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter. Teenagers are currently exposed to different kinds of pressure such as peer-pressure, parental pressure, online influences, studies, gender issues, and matters about self-confidence. Having a daughter is truly special likened to a crystal, so it is essential for every woman to unleash her talents and inner potentials, explore the world with kindness, humility, and passion, and to have self-confidence so she can accept who she is and what she looks.
Your daughter’s self-confidence can be shattered in pieces just because of few nasty comments from her friends and bullies. Your daughter’s emotional development is greatly influenced by you because, in your daughter’s formative years, she looks up to you as her role model. You can boost the self-confidence of your daughter by encouraging her to speak her mind, to share her ideas and opinions even if they are controversial, and not to be afraid or hesitant to express her thoughts and emotions in positive and acceptable ways. If you’re overweight or obese, it’s totally fine using safe diet pills in order to lose weight but don’t be too obsessed with your appearance because it is not a good quality for your daughter to imitate. You must teach your daughter about the value of having good character and personality, not just externally but also internally, what her heart desires, and how she can be a blessing to other people. Always praise her good traits, her intelligence, and her amazing talents. Guide your daughter properly about the people she emulate, and remind her that following famous celebrities is totally fine as long as they are good role models.
A lot of teenagers are inspired and motivated because of the idea of superstardom as seen on reality tv. If your daughter want to sing or dance, by all means, encourage her talents but remind her not to lose track on her academics, to be responsible, and pursue her dreams with hard work and patience. Have a heart to heart talk with your daughter by asking her what are her plans and aspirations in life. Set an open communication within the family, and don’t be too overprotective to prevent your daughter from hiding important matters you need to know as a parent.