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self-esteem Archives - Better Kids Institute
16 April

Confidence and Martial Arts Martial arts are crucial for those who want to obtain confidence. If you want your child to develop not only a strong and flexible body, but also a strong spirit, it is the right choice for them to master a martial art. This training will provide them with holistic mind development, […]

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27 March

Martial Arts for Kids – Building Confidence and So Much More Ask an adult raised in, say, the 80s and a child today what comes to mind when they hear the word “recreation” and you are likely to get two very different answers. The adult will tell tales of spending days outdoors from sunup to […]

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02 October

Business leaders report that millennials and Generation Z cohorts are a new breed of workers that they are having trouble getting a handle on. They feel as though these latest two generations in the workforce have less tenacity, seem to believe they must become major successes in record time and are easily crushed by things […]

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08 February

Bullying is something that is affecting children all over the world in schools every day. It is important as parents to be able to address this issue and find ways to put an end to this bully type activities. Martial arts can be a great way for bullies and victims to find common ground and […]

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24 January

There are so many benefits for children who participate in martial arts. This includes things like setting goals for themselves, learn to focus, learn to not only respect themselves but their peers as well, and giving their self-confidence a boost.  As parents, we all want our children to have self-confidence as they go about their […]

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18 January

During my childhood, bullying was the primary thing holding me back in school, and I never wanted to attend school because of it. Schoolwork was incredibly easy compared to the constant verbal and physical assault from my peers and I often wished to be home-schooled. Looking back, I really wish I could’ve had more confidence […]

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20 December

Were you confident as a kid? If not, then you most likely understand the struggle of having to always doubt and question yourself even when there is no reason to. If you were lucky to be a confident kid, then you definitely want the same for your kids. After all, self-confidence can lead to self-belief […]

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17 April

Martial arts is said to be an engaging and fun way for children to let off some steam. There are plenty of classes to choose from. Whether it is aikido, karate, judo, tae kwon do, or many others, there is a class out there for any of your child’s needs. But there is so much […]

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23 July

As summer comes to a close and school edges ever closer, it is important to ensure that your children are ready to return to the scheduled and orderly environment of the classroom. As young children re-enter school, and younger children attend for the first time, focus and discipline are essential in order for them to […]

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24 November

Many people enroll their children into a martial arts program so they can have a physical activity and spend their time more productively. Did you know that there are also many emotional and mental health benefits for children who participate in martial arts? In this post, we’ll discuss the mental health benefits that practicing martial […]

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23 October

How Martial Arts Can Help Your Child in School The problems that children have in school can be academic, social, or some other challenge. Involvement in the martial arts can help with any of these kinds of problems. The following are the specific problems that your child may face in school and how the martial […]

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22 January

Between the cold temperatures and the snow and ice outside, it’s no surprise that so many kids would rather stay inside with a video game or the television. The more time that those children spend inside inactive and snacking, the more likely it is that they will gain weight. Parents and educators can look for […]

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