Social Science - Self-esteem is defined as an individual's

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Self-esteem is defined as an individual's overall evaluation of their worth or value as a person. During middle childhood, which is roughly between the ages of 6 and 12, children typically experience a decline in self-esteem. 

What are the risk factors that impact self-esteem in middle childhood (e.g. social comparison, locus of control, learned helplessness, rejection and exclusion, obesity, screen time, cyber bullying). What are some tools and resources that can help improve children’s self-esteem? 

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