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The importance of self confidence is very important in every student, be it a boy or a girl should never be underestimated. A healthy self confidence is very necessary for every child’s development. It helps them to become more resilient, and embrace their full potential inside and outside the classroom. Importance of self confidence should not be underestimated as it is directly linked to happiness.

Importance of self confidence in every students Life:

  • Less fear and anxiety

    A tendency to mull over worries and committing mistakes can be very damaging to your child’s academics and social life.

    Students will be able to explored to new subjects, roles, and hobbies, as well as follow their ambition without worrying about how others may perceive them.

  • Improved motivation

    Low self-confidence can make a child feel like their goals and dreams are impossible to reach - or that they are unworthy of achieving those dreams.

    These feelings will make it even more difficult for them to maintain a high level of dedication and motivation.

    However, if you help a child build their confidence by teaching them to take small steps towards their goals, they will feel a sense of accomplishment. This sense of accomplishment will keep them moving forward when the things gets going tough.

  • More Resilience

    Self-confidence enables students to handle setbacks with ease. Instead of being crippled by failure, resilient child gets up quickly, learn from their mistakes, try again and try not to commit those mistakes in future. Students should accept that failure is a part of life and take more chances as a result - which will make them even more successful later in life.

  • Improved relationship

    Children’s who suffer from bullying or exclusion from social groups or from their fellow classmates at school can fight against them if they have self confidence. They will enjoy social interactions more because they won’t be worried about what impression they are making. It helps the child to present at the moment (be attentive). This immediate awareness gained by self confidence helps a child to develop a strong sense of empathy and become a person who reaches out to help others when in need.

    When your child feels confident in who she/he are, what they stands for, and what their strengths are, they can maintain a strong sense of self-worth despite setbacks or perceived weaknesses.

Ways to Improve Self-Confidence in Students:

1) Help them practice self Acceptance
2) Focus on small achievements
3) Set manageable goals
4) Seek out positive Experiences
5) Consider a reward system


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