How To Build Your Teen’s Self Esteem

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How do you build your teen’s self esteem? Dr. Sarah Garwood, Adolescent Medicine specialist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, explains what it means to have a healthy self esteem for teens, the core skills to develop, parents level of involvement and ways to help teens become confident and successful adults.

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