Building Children’s Confidence
No, confidence begins to form in infants. Soon after birth infants start to learn, through circumstantial experience and treatment from others, and by interacting with the world. Their interpretation of their experiences and interactions, determine their level of confidence. Have you ever noticed that in one family, one child can be confident and the other not?
Understanding how to influence the way your child interprets their environment in younger years will result in them developing an effective way of thinking and feeling, which they will carry into their teenage and adult years.