Building our teenagers’ self-esteem (session 2) on Monday 27 April, 6:30 – 7:45PM, Heathfield Community School

Building self esteemIn this session, I will be focusing on helping our teenagers to learn to fail well – if we are going to have resilient teenagers, they need to learn how to cope well with failure.

We all have a perception of ourselves, how we think about ourselves and how we think others think about us!   I want to explore this further to give you insights into how we can help our teenagers to become more resilient and hopefully learn to see  failure and challenges as opportunities to learn.

I will also be getting you to think about your teenagers’ strengths and talents as well as having an “Any Questions” session at the end – so please come with any questions you may have about self-esteem and what you could do to build your teenagers’ self-esteem.

This session if for parents with children at Heathfield Community School

To book your place, please click on this link:



About Ruth James

I am a mum with 3 teenage daughters who is running and organising the Surviving Teenagers workshops locally - these are ideal for parents with children aged 10 - 18yrs.
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