You want your kids to have a sense of self-worth?
That’s a lot easier said than done, according to new research.
A new study published in the journal Psychological Science found that people with higher levels of neuroticism and conscientiousness tend to have lower self-esteem and less well-being than people with less neuroticism or more conscientiousness.
This may have something to do with the way they’re socialized to view themselves as more competent and trustworthy, according the study.
And if you’re a parent who has kids with high levels of narcissism, self-confidence issues, or even depression, you might want to consider making sure your kids get help before they reach the point where they become more anxious, anxious, depressed, or anxious about anything. Read More