Children’s sense of identity and value is built primarily upon their understanding of their parents’ assessment of them. This understanding is built, day upon day, from the moment of birth through the end of childhood. It is then tested and reconfirmed during adolescence.
Each stage is critical. For example, by the time a child is five years of age, seventy-five percent of his/her character formation and estimate of self-worth has been formed. Yet parents can continue to shape and guide their kids, even through late adolescence.
This article provides tools that have real power in building and shaping the self-esteem of entire family systems. The skills presented here can shape a family’s functioning literally for generations. The principles are simple; the effects are powerful.
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