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Doctor insights on: Self Concept Crafts For Preschoolers

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How do I get a positive self-concept?

How do I get a positive self-concept?

Be a Good Person: There are many ways to have healthy self-esteem. Most agree that there are two broad components to self-esteem: (1) the view that I am a worthwhile or good person; and (2) the view that I have some competence (i know things or know how to do things). If people continue to strive to be virtuous or good and to learn and develop skills they will tend to have a positive self-concept. Striving is key. ...Read more

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I was wondering what does "struggles with self concept" mean?

I was wondering what does "struggles with self concept" mean?

Can mean many things: This is a general description which could mean many specifics depending on how it is being used and its' context. In general, however, struggles with self concept refer to conflicts with how you see yourself in your life and relative to others. It is often associated with feelings of inadequacy or low self esteem, or a view of onself that is less positive than others see you. ...Read more

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How do I become happy with myself and establish a positive self-concept?

How do I become happy with myself and establish a positive self-concept?

Keys to happiness: To be happy with yourself, you must live in alignment with what matters most to you. Identify your values, then focus on building health habits to keep you on track, building positive relationships to support you, and finding a way to make a difference in the lives of others. Too many people spend too much time focused on themselves. Contributing positively to others usually works much better! ...Read more

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What are some of the ways for a teen boy to develop a positive self-concept?

What are some of the ways for a teen boy to develop a positive self-concept?

Keys to happiness: Help him identify and then live in alignment with what matters most to him. Identify his values, then focus on helping him build healthy habits to keep him on track, building positive relationships with others, and finding a way to make a difference in the lives of others. ...Read more

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As a teenager, my self-concept is always bad, how can I improve myself?

As a teenager, my self-concept is always bad, how can I improve myself?

Better question: Why do you not feel happy with yourself? The best person to discuss this with is a good clinical psychologist, particularly if you can open yourself up enough to listen to what they have to say. ...Read more

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How important is nutrition for preschoolers in preventing future disease?

How important is nutrition for preschoolers in preventing future disease?

Very: Get them started right with healthy foods in childhood, and build healthy patterns for life. How they see their parents and other influential family members eat, is another important factor. ...Read more

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Is anxiety in preschoolers possible? What are the signs to look for? And how to help?

Is anxiety in preschoolers possible? What are the signs to look for? And how to help?

If you took Trilep-: tal when pregnant, enroll in the North American Antiepileptic Drug Pregnancy Registry, 1-888-233-2334, though there is no known association with Autism, which causes perseverative & other anxious-looking behaviors. Dr. W. listed both typical anxieties & anxiety disorders in pre-schoolers. OCD by age 4, specific phobias & separation anxiety need treatment if they cause harmful dysfunction. ...Read more

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What is the difference between PDD and add as seen in preschoolers?

What is the difference between PDD and add as seen in preschoolers?

PDD is no longer a: Diagnosis in the dsm-v, having been replaced by autistic spectrum disorder. Adhd usually presents as hyperactive/impulsive type in preschoolers, since attention span at that age can typically be as short as 3-4 minutes. Each is a categorical diagnosis based on a defined pattern of (usually disruptive) behavior. 40-70% of children with ASD have adhd ; require multimodal treatment to address both. ...Read more

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I have Ben wetting my self?

I have Ben wetting my self?

Wide differential: urinary incontinence can be from many causes and more hx is needed to narrow down the differential. for ex: nocturnal seizures vs urge incontinence from an overactive bladder or from a cns lesion vs loss of inhibition of the micturition reflex from a frontal brain lesion (from either an anterior cerebral artery territory stroke, aneurysm or a space occupying lesion in the frontal micturition area) ...Read more