More about this stormbreak

How can we develop resilience?

This stormbreak helps us to take time for ourselves and brings awareness to our mind and bodies. Self-worth is knowing and understanding how we feel about ourselves inside and helps us know that we are important, special and that we matter. When we have self-worth we can believe in ourselves and feel happy and safe.

  • Self-worth is knowing that I matter
  • We can feel proud and accept compliments from others
  • Allowing ourselves time to focus on our strengths and characteristics is important

Try this next

Find a jam jar and decorate it. Then place inside it two affirmations about yourself and keep it safe. An affirmation is  something you like about yourself or recognise as a strength, this could be part of your character, what you are good at or like doing or what makes you special and unique.

For parents: The concept of self-worth

For children to develop self-worth they need adults who nurture the children in their care. Children read body language and facial expressions of their trusted adults and internalise this as self-worth. They need to see facial expressions that show interest and delight in them, body language that shows warmth, connection and safety. The language we use needs to communicate to them that they are special, they matter and are valued.  How to help your children with self-worthRead our blog.

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