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AbstractSelf-esteem has two components: a feeling of personal competence which allows us to cope with life's challenges, and a feeling of personal worth or self-respect which encourages us to stand up for our interests and needs. It reflects your judgment and your ability to cope with the challenges of your life and of your right to be happy. This publication addresses the issue of how to help children build a healthy self-esteem.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Publication AZ1041
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