Discipline Strategies That Promote Healthy Self-Esteem


Marcus Aurelius How To Build Your Self Confidence (Stoicism)

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How to Build Self-Esteem – The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem by Nathaniel Branden

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Building Self-Esteem Through Positive Discipline

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Meet Yourself: A User’s Guide to Building Self-Esteem: Niko Everett at [email protected]

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DO THIS To Help A Child Being Bullied By Building Their SELF-ESTEEM | Marisa Peer

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The fifth core strategy for developing superior self-esteem is practicing mindfulness. Mindfulness is a simple yet powerful form of meditation that merely requires that you pay close attention to. Low self-esteem can negatively affect virtually every facet of your life, including your relationships, your job and your health. But you can boost your self-esteem by taking cues from types of mental health counseling.

Consider these steps, based on. Completing this activity can help children build the foundations of an authentic and healthy self-esteem that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. Click to see the Something About Me Worksheet. Things I Like About Me Worksheet. This worksheet was created to help young children learn how uniqueness makes a person beautiful.

First and foremost, before you can promote self-esteem in the classroom, you have to actually build a platform for it. To do this, you need to create a classroom community so students learn to. Pediatricians are a source of advice for parents and guardians concerning the management of child behavior, including discipline strategies that are used to teach appropriate behavior and protect their children and others from the adverse effects of challenging behavior. Aversive disciplinary strategies, including all forms of corporal punishment and yelling at or shaming. Depending on the situation, you can suggest possible ways to make amends.

This could involve apologizing, comforting, sharing, cleaning up, or doing a chore, such as sorting the recycling. The AAP recommends positive discipline strategies that effectively teach children to manage their behavior and keep them from harm while promoting healthy development. These include: Show. One of the best ways to build your child’s self-esteem is to demonstrate your own. Express pride in yourself and your efforts, and do your best to avoid saying things like, “I’m so stupid” when you make a mistake.

Learn how to boost confidence and nurture self-esteem using these effective strategies. Parents Home Books & Reading School Success Raising Kids How to Build Healthy Self-Esteem in Children Ed.D., author and co-author of the Positive Discipline series of books and classes. The pattern often results in an intense fear of mistakes.

Self-Esteem and the Growth Mindset. The feedback children receive plays a primary role in developing their self-esteem, especially when that feedback comes from their mentors. Unproductive, overly-critical feedback can be quite hurtful to students and lead to low self-esteem. Positive and productive feedback can have the opposite effect.

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Training approaches such as mastery modelling (Wood and Bandura 1989) also ensure that positive efficacy perceptions are developed for each new task; these perceptions are the basis of organizationbased self-esteem.

“Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety” by Jeanne Mager Stellman, International Labour Office
from Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety
by Jeanne Mager Stellman, International Labour Office
International Labour Office, 1998

It is encouraging that many of the interventions described in this book include such motivational factors as self-efficacy, attributions, perceived control over learning, self-reinforcement, and perceptions of competence (Belfiore & Hornyak; Graham et al.; Hofer et al.; Lan; Schunk).

“Self-regulated Learning: From Teaching to Self-reflective Practice” by Dale H. Schunk, Barry J. Zimmerman
from Self-regulated Learning: From Teaching to Self-reflective Practice
by Dale H. Schunk, Barry J. Zimmerman
Guilford Publications, 1998

The Power of Positive Reinforcement: A Handbook of Behavior Modification.

“The Handbook of Communication Skills” by Owen Hargie
from The Handbook of Communication Skills
by Owen Hargie
Taylor & Francis, 2018

Second, although this activity has less empirical support for its effectiveness than others, it is actually a variation of established self-esteem enhancement techniques we discuss in Chapter 3: increasing self-esteem through acceptance and by using positive feedback.

“Self-Esteem Research, Theory, and Practice: Toward a Positive Psychology of Self-Esteem, Third Edition” by Christopher J. J. Mruk, PhD
from Self-Esteem Research, Theory, and Practice: Toward a Positive Psychology of Self-Esteem, Third Edition
by Christopher J. J. Mruk, PhD
Springer Publishing Company, 2006

You can encourage selfefficacy (believing that you can do the task) by educating yourself about the behavior, developing the skills to master the behavior, performing smaller mastery experiences successfully, and receiving verbal reinforcement and modeling (observing others perform the behavior).

“Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness” by Wener Hoeger, Sharon Hoeger
from Principles and Labs for Physical Fitness
by Wener Hoeger, Sharon Hoeger
Cengage Learning, 2007

These strategies include self-observation, self–goal setting, self-reward, self-punishment, and self-cueing (see Figure 2.4).

“Entrepreneurship: The Practice and Mindset” by Heidi M. Neck, Christopher P. Neck, Emma L. Murray
from Entrepreneurship: The Practice and Mindset
by Heidi M. Neck, Christopher P. Neck, Emma L. Murray
SAGE Publications, 2019

Recall from Chapter 1, “Structural and Functional Approaches to Psychopathology and Case Formulation,” that Skinner speculated that self-control strategies were the most important method for intervening in mental health because they may result in greater generalization of behavior change.

“Functional Analysis in Clinical Treatment” by Peter Sturmey
from Functional Analysis in Clinical Treatment
by Peter Sturmey
Elsevier Science, 2011

For example, if the client is focusing on the positive aspects of a particular self-defeating behavior, this exercise helps him or her to acknowledge the negative results and increases the motivation to change.

“Counseling Theories and Techniques for Rehabilitation and Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition” by Fong Chan, PhD, CRC, Kenneth R. Thomas, DEd
from Counseling Theories and Techniques for Rehabilitation and Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition
by Fong Chan, PhD, CRC, Kenneth R. Thomas, DEd
Springer Publishing Company, 2015

We suggest that mindfulness­ and acceptance­based practices can help exercisers – novice or seasoned – identify, confront, and work through physical and emotional barriers to exercise, thereby decreasing chances of attrition and potentially increasing exercise effectiveness.

“Mindfulness and Performance” by Amy L. Baltzell
from Mindfulness and Performance
by Amy L. Baltzell
Cambridge University Press, 2016

For adolescents, these targets involve applying similar contingency management strategies in self-discipline, including favoring reward over punishment as a method of influencing their own behavior.

“Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents” by Alec L. Miller, Jill H. Rathus, Marsha M. Linehan, Charles R. Swenson
from Dialectical Behavior Therapy with Suicidal Adolescents
by Alec L. Miller, Jill H. Rathus, et. al.
Guilford Publications, 2006

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  • Very difficult to have a philosophy, without that type of society around you. Obviously, an emperor is never concerned with other people’s opinion, unless it threatened his reign. An emperor could resort to wars to increase his confidence and status. He could also gather around him the best minds of the entire empire.

  • Ten things that I like about myself
    I’m calmI remained calm throughout my labour even though I had to have an emergency Caesarean at the end
    I’m proud to have continued breastfeeding even though I was in pain.
    I like that I strive to be healthy by making myself a green smoothie at least 5 days in a row.
    I like that I’m supportive of my sister who’s been ostracised from my family
    I like that I spend quality time daily with my daughter by singing and reading books with her
    I like that I’m creative and resourceful when I’m skint
    I like that I’m financially independent.
    I like when I try and stick up for someone who’s been gossiped about
    I like that I can be friendly with strangers
    I like that I’m non judgemental about someone and try and see good in everyone

  • Im 99% sure I’m depressed (I still need to go to my doctors) but I feel such an irrational and intense self hatred that any form of self care for me just feels like I’m wasting time on myself when I’ve got so much to do and it kind of feels like just burying my head in the sand. I really want to get better and just be kinder to myself overall, and I think that having some kind of self care routine will be really good for me, but I just don’t think i deserve it.

  • Phenomenal video and strong, solid advice! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and wisdom with complete strangers.

  • A great video. This video tells how to take care of yourself and your loved ones during this pandemic. This works best. Click here to know more https://www.relationshippunch.com/how-to-customize-a-self-care-plan-that-works-for-you/

  • my hair is thinning too, it took me a longg time to shave it. It effected my life and relationships.

    I just shaved it, I cant change it and now I can just focus on improving myself

  • I struggle with no.2 When do you know it is something you can’t change. Lately i have some issues with my skin. I get blemishes out of nowhere and it won’t seem to go away. I don’t know if I need tot accept this or if I can change it somehow and it stresses me out ��

  • Good points on how to build self esteem but the examples were god awful and by the end it just felt like the guy was saying “Look how awesome I am!”

  • Here’s things I adore about me and think anyone else would be jelouse about this 1my face it’s cute and I’m so pretty. 2im a very fun person 3people like what I do and they smile and laugh. 4i have such a beautiful and great body 5 I’m short and I like it I like my height 6i can be you jouliet. 7i always try hard to reach my goals. 8 I think I’m smart enough and more. 9i have feelings 10im so a shining start and I will shine your life once you get to know me

  • I think something important to remember is that the stoics thought there actually was a purpose to life here on Terra.

    Like a purpose preordained by the Universe.

    Marcus believed his purpose was to improve the lives of those around him.

    Adopt his purpose and follow it. Terra will become a better place if we try and walk Marcus’ path hard though ot may be.

  • Ok, let’s try ten things… Oof. Here goes…

    1. I love my ability to create stories (fantasy specially is a passion of mine)
    2. I admire my courage to speak up, in public, as I am doing now
    3. I am resilient, stubbornly so, and I keep trying to be authentic and to be better every single day
    4. I admire the bravery I have to delve deep into my soul and make peace with my “demons”, because I truly believe myself and others to deserve the best of me
    5. I love my taste and passion for food and cooking. Thanks to my mom’s insistence I can nowadays enjoy most ingredients and cuisines, and that’s just so much yummy!
    6. I love my love for the outdoors, heat and exercise, and I may not practice it as much, but I have not yet given up on learning martial arts, even though I’m nearly 30 and have been dreaming of it since I was 5!
    7. Although imperfect, I admire my commitment to be empathic and kind to others, so they may never suffer; and I admire my capacity to feel guilty over the damage I’ve done, and to try to rectify it.
    8. I admire my good judgement and capacity for forethought; it has saved me and guided me in making some sane financial and interpersonal decisions.
    9. I am friendly af. Gods, I could befriend a lamp post lol
    10. I admire my curiosity, capacity and desire for learning and travel and adventure, and the gifts and many talents I’ve been given.

    … Bonus,
    11. I admire how I’m always trying my best, even when depression keeps telling me I’m better off dead.

    I really need to read these to myself more often:)

  • Thanks, Niko, what an amazing and important message you delivered. Let us all be the Julie for somebody else in our life and continue to build this culture in our community where we feel good about ourselves.Here is what i learnt from this message:
    -Spend time with people who help you feel good about yourself
    -Tell others what you like about them, to help them jump start their positive thinking about themselves.
    -when we receive a oompliment, just receive it and say ‘thank you’.
    -Write down 10 things you like about yourself and what you like about yourself at each specific age /milestone in the past (especially when negative self belief was formed during that time):-)

  • Lately I’ve been accepting myself as I am more. For instance, I’m not much of a “girly girl”, so things like mani-pedis or makeup or bubble baths don’t make my list of self-care things. Not that there’s anything wrong with those things, they just don’t make me feel better. For instance, I’d rather go for a walk in the woods, which might not be everyone’s thing. So my advice to people would be: don’t worry if things that you’re told should be part of your self-care don’t work for you. If you identify as a woman but the “girly” things just don’t do it for you, find what does! Same for those who identify as men (I actually think this applies to any demographic category.) You do you!

  • I have no idea I missed this, but Hank seeing your face was a very pleasant surprise. Thank you for the video, it helps me find words/examples/phrases to express what I’ve been struggling with.

  • This is a great video. The most important thing to focus on in times of stress is self-care. Our therapists put together their favorite “self-care” reminders in a video https://stenzelclinical.com/therapists-favorite-self-care-reminders/

  • 1. Build your character.
    2. Self love.
    3. Focus on your quality of thoughts.
    4. Make a plan and stop thinking.
    5. Be true to your words.
    6. Own your actions.
    7. Don’t talk too much about yourself.
    8. Remind yourself of death. memento mori
    9. Ignore the naysayers.
    10. Have an evening confidence ritual.

  • With all what’s going on in the news right now(entanglements). I decided to look up more about will Smith and I’m soooooo happy I found his Instagram and his motivational speeches. He lit a fire under my ass.

  • The truth is that we want to be proud of something really big meanwhile ignoring the little things that made us.i mean it all counts depending on the value you tag to it.
    be proud of it all and add value to it all

  • The first pillar of high self-esteem is understanding that you deserve it despite everthing. Your human that,s respectable enough.

  • how does one person delete their own insecurity? I hate being envious and insecure. I hate having so little self-esteem. And I am tired hating myself becuase I feel like I am unlovable and I don’t have my own identity. I don’t know what to do.

  • Discover your true worth (95 thousand trillions dollars) as being and boost your self-esteem & confidence. Progress in life with joy. https://www.amazon.com/RANDOM-POSITIVE-THOUGHTS-SELF-CONFIDENCE-SELF-WORTH-ebook/dp/B088NBMV7R

  • I like Marcus quotes Memento Mori meaning remember that you will die and the happiness of your life depend of the quality of your thoughts.

  • Is anyone looking to have an extra source of income?! I have a financial opportunity for you! If you end up liking it you can even make a career out of it! Doesn’t matter what state just as long as you’re in the US. Reply to my comment and let me know!!

  • Thoroughly enjoyed the content, delivery and lovely accent…it was music to my ears��✨
    �� and will be sharing it w peeps—

    1. Self Awareness
    2. Self Examination
    3. Self Determination
    = Progress towards Self Confidence

    �� the idea of daily:
    Gratitude + Success journal.

    I appreciate you PfL, You ROCK.
    Keep up the amazing work!
    P.s. glad you got rid of DS��

  • Fully decided on August 7th 2020 to become celibate and focus on myself, my boxing career and kids solely. Hoeing around is a distraction and hinderance towards productivity, and with little time on my hands so is pursing a relationship. It needs to take a back seat. My new mantra is “Celibate, Strong, and Focused”. “ after 5 years of marriage a divorce then 2 years of racking up a body count this ain’t finna be easy. But the bodies don’t help fellas. It’s deeper than that, protect your energy, that includes sexual energy focus on yourself be the best man you can be, after that the women will flock to ya anyways. ����‍♂️ ��.. I needed to hear this video today. Self discipline is self love ������

  • I really love the video, very interesting
    and amazing


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  • Single women are bullied also. Bullied by neighbors, destroy their property landscaping cars. Well bullied or stalked is also a form of bullying.

  • Thank you for creating this video! As everyone adapts to this pandemic, we must be even more intentional with our self-care practices too. I’ve added it to the extensive self-care playlists I curate on my channel ��

  • Oh I love this content! So well done thank you! I love how you talked about self-care being simply the mind-set that we are each responsible for ourselves. I’m passionate about the self-care journey as well, it’s so personal to each person. For women, join my facebook group and the incredible group of supportive women that are already there! We would love to have you all. The group is called “Caring to Care: Self-care for Women” and it’s free to join. Here’s the link https://www.facebook.com/groups/527821627601333/

  • Born and raised during civil war in Afghanistan, spent childhood as refugee, gone back to my country and worked hard to make a life. Self-esteem got better and better in my 20s but 30 started very badly again and I’m loosing it slowly. It’s because 2020 has been a bad year overall, mostly because of pandemic, I became refugee again, and I have gone through a break-up from a long term relationship.

    This video pumps up a little inspiration but I would say finding meaning for life helps so much in self-esteem too.

  • 1.) Have good character (be kind, honest, etc)

    2.) Practice self-love

    3.) Focus on your thoughts (create a case for why you are and why u are not a failure)

    4.)Make a plan and stop thinking (start doing what u want to now)

    5.) Keep your word

    6.) Take owner ship of your actions (no excuses or blaming others)

    7.) Don’t speak too much about are selfs

    8.) Remind yourself of death (approach life meaningfully)

    9.) Ignore the naysayers

    10.) Having an evening confidence ritual (ex. keep a gratitude journal, daily success review)

  • I’m not taking advice from a narcissist. Will Smith sucks life from his fans. He loves other people loving him. I’d rather listen to Mike Tyson. He talks from his soul, his heart.

  • she says to “press delete” on the negative thoughts and my paranoia kicks in “it’s a sign, we are in living in a computer simulation ” bahHa

  • Thank you so much for this awesome talk! I am 48 years old and I am still trying to find myself. I suffer from self-loathing negative thinking low self-esteem Etc yes this makes me feel like crying! But it also makes me feel like there’s hope and that I’m on my way of loving myself and healing more and more everyday

  • Connection terminated, I’m sorry to interrupt you, Elizabeth, if you still even remember that name, but I’m afraid you have been misinformed. You are not here to receive a gift, nor have you been called here by the individual you assume, although you have indeed been called. You have all been called here, into a labyrinth of sounds and smells, misdirection and misfortune. You don’t even realize that you are trapped, your lust for blood has driven you in endless circles, chasing the cries of children in some unseen chamber, always seeming so near, yet somehow out of reach. But you will never find them, none of you will. This is where your story ends. And to you, my brave volunteer, who somehow found this job listing not intended for you, although there was a way out planned for you, I have a feeling that’s not what you want. I have a feeling that you are… right where you want to be. I am remaining as well, I am nearby. This place will not be remembered, and the memory of everything that started this can finally begin to fade away, as the agony of every tragedy should. And to you monsters trapped in the corridors, be still, and give up your sprits. They don’t belong to you. For most of you, I believe there is peace, and perhaps more waiting for you after the smoke clears. Although, for one of you, the darkest pit of H*ll has opened up to swallow you whole. So don’t keep the devil waiting, old friend. My daughter, if you can hear me, I knew you would return as well. It’s in your nature to protect the innocent. I’m sorry that on that day, the day you were shut out and left to die, no one was there to lift you into their arms the way you lifted others into yours. And then, what became of you. I should’ve known you wouldn’t be content to disappear, not my daughter. I couldn’t save you then, so let me save you now. It’s time to rest, for you and for those you carried into your arms. This ends for all of us. End communication.

  • Oh my God thanks for this message!
    I really really need this one especially right now, this vid just strengthen me and bring me back to my normal self �� Thank you much! ❤️

  • Awesome video. I have been “adulting” for 33 years and still haven’t figured it all out. I love the programs you are producing and the topics covered. I have referred them to my adult children and whoever else might listen. I wish I knew things sooner, but happy to be learning them now. You have a great personality. Please keep these videos coming.

  • Also, find your tribe. Bullies are less likely to bully kids that are with someone else or in a group. Same with work. If you are being bullied at work make friends with at least one or two other coworkers that will be a support system. Also, bullies target kids and adults that will not fight back or say anything. Let the bully know that if they don’t stop there will be consequences. At work, if bully does not stop harassing you will report them to HR.

  • Already know most of this. However, knowing about it and implementing are 2 distinct things. Feel more depressed now after listening to this.

  • Hi, tonight I uninstalled all of my socmed application. To be honest, it took me so long to finally uninstall it and unwind for a while. I was scared to remove it because I’m afraid I’ll just feel more miserable if I won’t have anyone to talk to. But these past few months, I really feel so ugly. I keep on comparing myself to others and I keep on telling myself that I am very ugly because of who I am. It feels so bad, you know. Everyday is just a bad day because I feel so bad about myself. My friends kept on telling me what they like about me and how beautiful I really look but I just couldn’t listen. All of their words seems so beautiful to me that I couldn’t believe it. Tonight it hit me so hard how I am becoming miserable because of how I think and i wanted to change for the sake of saving myself. Tbh, watching this made me cry so hard until now that I am typing this. I wish that I can build the self-esteem that i have lost this year. I want to be better so that I won’t have to compare myself anymore. If you see this, please pray for me. I badly need a whole lot of strength in this battle. Thank you so much.

  • I’m 14 years old and not an adult, but it is really helpful! I’m interested in how i can make my life better and this video helped me a bit❤️

  • That’s because the average age for a human back in the AD was 42 years old, it was rare to make it to an older age especially if you were a “peasant”

  • “A man can ride or fall just due to his character”

    I get that Meditations is a good hands-on manual for a decent moral compass, but if the above assertion is true, then how can that explain why so many scumbags get both success and respect in life? One example that comes to mind is the POS investment shyster  Belfort (aka Wolf of Wall Street) who fucked over his clients and, despite having been caught, still makes money by being a motivational speaker, and is revered by thousands of people. So much for having a good character.

  • Thank you Will Smith for reminding me of how I live my life. I needed it badly. You’re right, you can’t live in fear. I’m not doing it anymore. Take care and I hope you prosper.

  • We only see men in this video… Does it mean that a women can’t fight? All these motivation things needs to include girls in their speeches.