Building children’s self esteem away from the screens

How do we build our child’s self esteem away from the screens? Away from the likes and followers and shares that have become the social currency for popularity, confidence and self worth?

There is no doubt that uploading a photo online becomes a way to measure status. I read recently about the ‘100 plus or bust’ notion whereby teens will delete a photo if it doesn’t quickly amass over 100 likes, therefore deeming it unfit to remain as a symbol of their lack of popularity. The lack of likes however, probably has little to do with image quality, focus, composition, technique or originality of the photo.

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