... written by Ava Parnass and Jessica Marr. Here’s one moment that all Moms dread: you’re standing next your daughter, and she looks in the mirror and says “Mommy I’m Ugly!” As a child psychotherapist and Mom myself, I’m very familiar with this scenario. So when I recently encountered another Mom’s tweet that read, “My daughter said ‘Mommy, I’m Ugly!’” I felt compelled to share what it probably means, and specific techniques that can help our children build their ... Continue Reading
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The first in a series of steps to take to build your child’s self-esteem.
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