Self-Esteem - Tech Learning


Use this website to find out what self-esteem is, what is healthy, and what kids can do to improve self-esteem.
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Use this website to find out what self-esteem is, what is healthy, and what kids can do to improve self-esteem. Whether low or high, self-esteem may stem from childhood experiences. Having low self-esteem can have consequences, so included on this site are three steps that can lead to a healthier outlook.

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