Parents of children understand this best of all – our children are the biggest investment in life. No mortgage, no stocks, no cars and no shoes. We invest in children most of the free time, and of course the resources needed to raise them.
As parents, we strive to create for our children as good a future as possible, and do our best to pave for them as smooth and comfortable a path as possible. But what happens when the road becomes more challenging and complex? What should we do when the child comes and says in tears that he is a failure? What should we say when the girl says she is fat and rejected and therefore does not want to leave the house? These are classic cases of low self-esteem that impair our children’s path to a balanced and mentally healthy future.
Children with low self-esteem are affected by relationships with other children at school, are influenced by content on television, and of course – involved in the social world, often as silent viewers who observe what happens and draw conclusions based on lack of confidence and ignorance about the way our complex world works. The intention they lack.
Children with low self-esteem who are not treated properly may have difficulty recognizing accepted social codes, difficulty expressing themselves properly, difficulty speaking in front of a group, and of course mental effects – sadness and depression, confinement in the room, loss of appetite, belief that they are “not good” or ” Not able “, and also anxiety and fear of social and academic experiences.
The first step is always identification – we must be attentive and recognize the signs. These signs can be expressed in explicit statements such as “I am a failure”, “I am fat”, “I will not succeed”, “I have nothing to contribute”, I am not good at it “,” I fail because I am stupid “and … you understand The matter… These are difficult statements that can not be missed.In other cases, the signs can be behavioral: Demonstration of physical strength, consistent rejection of tasks, demonstrable disregard for problems, domination, clowning and introversion.
Dealing with children who suffer from low self-esteem starts from home, with the full cooperation of the parents. But before taking one approach or another – it is recommended to seek a professional diagnosis and get an offer on how to best treat the child. Every child is different because, and everyone has a way that is right for him, and only for him.
If you have identified a problem with low self-esteem, and even if you only have a suspicion of it – contact us for an initial consultation so that we can, together, examine the complexity of the problem and the options available to you to address it.
The sooner you address a problem, the shorter the time it will take – remember that!
Dr. Ora Golan’s treatment centers offer an accurate diagnostic process, along with professional care for children with low self-esteem.
These centers effectively treat self-esteem issues, using a unique technique that locates the same emotional barrier that impairs the child’s quality of life, releases it, and gives it the ability to cope and rehabilitate its self-image.
This technique does not constitute psychological treatment or medical treatment, but with its results and effectiveness it is undisputed – over 3,000 women, men and children come every year to treatment at the Ora Golan centers (82,000 in total, and the count is still ongoing), and the success rates of the treatment are 87.4%, according to a recent international study.
Dr. Ora Golan holds a doctorate in chiropractic with a specialization in the emotional field, coping with anxiety and functional chiropractic. Dr. Golan operates out of a belief in the principle of Innate Intelligence – the body’s self-ability to support and heal itself. This topic fascinated Dr. Golan for many years, during which she studied and experienced in the field, until she established the Ora Golan Center in 1997, which helps many people, from Israel and around the world, deal with emotional barriers and improve their quality of life.
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