Tag self esteem

New Report Reveals The Impact Of Poor Oral Health On A Child’s Self-Esteem

There is now convincing evidence that oral health and mental well-being are connected. Generally, your teeth and gums can often provide clues to the state of your health and highlight any problems. The obvious signs of poor dental hygiene are

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MIM Inspirational Series: How My Drooling Condition Changed The Course of My Life, Well Almost

I read a post about a young woman drooling, whose boyfriend complained about it and it has prompted me to share my own story on the subject. I began to drool years ago as a child and I never stopped.

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Celebrity Mother Of One, Tiwa Savage Reveals She Battles With Low Self Esteem

Nigerian queen of afro-pop music and celebrity mother of one, Tiwa Savage has revealed that she like many other women struggles with low self-esteem and she really gets by with the aid of push-up bras and makeup to feel close

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Osas Ighodaro-Ajibade Reveals Defining Moment She Stopped Allowing Her Childhood Insecurities Control Her

Sometimes being your own biggest critic could ultimately prevent your from taking a big chance when a window of opportunity comes your way. Nollywood actress and hot mother-of-one, Osas Ighodaro-Ajibade, has shared how she allowed her insecurities, low self esteem and what

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3 Ways You Unknowingly Destroy Your Children’s Confidence

Moyin Kalu Every parent wants their child to grow up to be confident, capable, bold and resilient. Sometimes without even realizing it, the way you relate with your children may be having the exact opposite effect of what you desire. These are three ways

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4 Ways to Build Your Child’s Self Esteem

Ogbugoh Terundu Joy Having a good self esteem as a child is the foundation to leading a happy and successful adult life. To help your child grow up into a confident adult, you must build their self esteem now. Below

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Dear MIMsters: How This Marriage Is Killing My Self-esteem

My marriage is killing my self-esteem. I’m a woman in my late twenties. I have been married for almost 2 years and I have an 11 months old son. I’m sad to say my marriage seems perfect to others because

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Who Knew Ace Broadcaster, Funmi Iyanda Ever Struggled With Low Self Esteem?

Funmi Iyanda, a Nigerian talk show host, broadcaster, journalist, and blogger has revealed how she struggled with self esteem and the feeling of being unattractive even as an adult. The hot mom of one, 46, took to her Instagram page

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“Your Flaws Beautify You”- Solomon Buchi’s Message on Self Acceptance Will Inspire You Today

Relationship expert, Solomon Buchi Bartholomew shared these lovely pre-wedding photos of an amazing couple on Facebook as an inspiration to anyone dealing with low-self esteem. In his powerful words, Buchi urges people to build their self esteem by embracing their

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Dear MIMster: This is a sad story about my aunt’s daughter who longs for her dad

My aunt’s daughter lives with my family, although we are not related by blood but my aunt is more than a blood relative to us. This little girl will be 9 years old in November and I am so worried

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Cancer Survivor, Erica Hart Boldly Goes Nude To Boost Morale Of Cancer Victims

African American woman, Ericka Hart has revealed her mastectomy to the world with the hope of boosting the morale of women suffering from breast cancer across the world. According to reports from Afropunk, the proud 30-year-old sexuality educator was diagnosed with

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4 Ways Your Child’s Teacher Can Damage His Self Esteem

Mark Wealth Self esteem should be built from as early as possible, consequently, parents and teachers have major roles to play. However, sometimes, teachers who should compliment parents’ efforts at reinforcing their child’s positive perception of themselves do exactly the

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5 Things You Should Never Say To Your Girl Child

Ireyimika Oyegbami As parents we have been told to separate the child’s bad behaviour from the child and to avoid unnecessarily labelling our kid. In other words, we are to say: “Catherine, what you did was bad” and not “Catherine,

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8 Ways To Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem

By Kristen Finello A positive sense of self is one of the greatest gifts you can give your child. Children with high self-esteem feel loved and competent and develop into happy, productive people. To help build your child’s positive self-image

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5 Reasons To Encourage Your Child

A child who is regularly encouraged to read, write, learn new things or activities, do sports, eat well, behave well and be sociable, or to do anything whatsoever stands a greater chance of becoming more successful, more independent, having a

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