4 Weeks to Teen Self-Esteem

Did you know low self-esteem is the leading cause of depression, self-harm, aggression, poor school performance, and more in teens?

If your teen is experiencing any of these things,
here is finally a guide to prevent it!


First, let me ask you:

  • Do you think it’s important for your teen to make better decisions?
  • Do you want your teen to learn how to manage her life more effectively?
  • Do you want your teen to have a mind of her own and not be swayed by her peers?
  • Do you want your teen to be happy, secure, and confident?

If you want this for your teen, it is critical to help her
develop her self-esteem!

I can totally relate to teens.

My life when I was a teen was excruciating!  I felt completely lost and didn’t have a good support system at home to help me find my way.

I was insecure, had learning disabilities (ADD and dyslexia), and I hated the way I looked.

My self-esteem was non-existent.

I can’t explain the pain inside me which I was hiding.

I have spent my entire life developing my sense of self. I have been helping teens do the same for over 20 years so that they don’t ever have to feel like I did as a teen.

If you are like most parents, it’s important to see your kids thrive and be happy.

Teens’ coping mechanisms depend highly on a strong sense of self. The world we live in isn’t an easy place to navigate without feeling good about who we are.

Self-esteem does not happen through osmosis; just like learning math or history doesn’t.

If we, as parents, put as much effort into our teens’ development of self-esteem as we did their academic career or extra curricular activities, their self-esteem wouldn’t be an issue at all!

But we don’t!

We actually put very little effort into it and wonder why our kids are behaving the way they do.

If their self-esteem isn’t developed during their younger years, this lacking of self will continue to impact every aspect of their adult lives.

The better our kids feel about themselves, the bigger they are in the world.  When they are confident and secure, they participate with greatness!

The concerns I hear from parents over and over are:

  • My teen is making bad decisions.
  • My teen doesn’t take her homework seriously.
  • My teen is hanging with a crowd I don’t approve of.
  • My teen isn’t honoring curfew.
  • My teen complains about her body.
  • My teen has a bad attitude.

All of these issues stem from low self-esteem!

If we can develop and strengthen a teen’s self-esteem, they are less apt to have destructive behaviors molding their future.

The good news is it is possible to teach teens to like themselves and feel better about who they are able to shift their negative behaviors.

Listen to just a few of the people who have seen their relationships COMPLETELY change just from using a few of these simple self-esteem builders:

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Debra Beck is a beacon of light and love who will enable you and your loved ones to know and love yourselves more than you ever imagined possible.  I am a better woman, mother and friend because of Debra’s influence on my life.

~ Dina Eastwood (Clint Eastwood’s wife)

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“Our family has been working with Debra for over 2 years. She has provided guidance and facilitated communication for me and my husband to ‘get on the same page’ about parenting a pre-teen/teen, which is no joke. She has also been a trusted confidante and friend to our 11-/13-year old daughter who has opened up to Debra and enjoys talking to her now, especially when she is upset.

Debra has been a great resource for all three of us to navigate the waters of living in a home with a teenager.  She is very down-to-earth, direct, yet still approachable to teens and parents alike. We’ve been amazed at small ideas and techniques she has suggested, which have helped bring peace and fun back into our home lives.  It has been an absolute pleasure and miracle to have her in our lives, and I recommend her to anyone needing encouragement during these tough teenage years that can make or break a family.

Thanks, Debra. You are a lifesaver. We love you!”

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“After my first mentoring session with Debra, I became so clear on the issues at hand. It was so easy to express my concerns to Debra and then my daughter. My daughter actually heard me for what seemed like the first time.  I also started listening to my daughter through different ears and was able to step into her reality and have an understanding for what she was feeling. My daughter said that she loved the retreat because she finally felt heard. Thank you, Debra, you have taught us a different way of relating with each other that will allow us to continue to develop and nurture a stronger relationship.”

~ A Grateful Heart

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Working with so many parents, I have heard it all and seen it all. One of the biggest complaints I hear fromparentsis:

“My teen’s self-esteem is so low
that she is making bad decisions and doesn’t listen to me.”

This course has been designed through my personal trial and error in working with teens over the years. This course was created to help them work through their own issues without feeling the added pressure from their parents.

One of the teens I mentor wrote about the time we have spent together: 

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“Working with Debra has helped me learn to love and accept myself the way I am. I am no longer making bad decisions in my life that harm me and my future. My relationship with my parents has also improved and we now have mutual understanding and open communication. 

~ Honore’

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In my 4 Weeks To Teen Self-Esteem online program, teens learn:

WEEK 1 – How to have self-esteem.

They actually develop the tools needed to feel better about themselves so they can start showing up differently in the world.

WEEK 2 – How to combat that inner negative voice.

If that negative voice inside them is beating them up around every corner, it will be impossible for your teen to have a strong sense of sense.  

WEEK 3 – How to make good decisions.

Here your teen will learn how to develop concrete tools to make good decisions that will effect her life forever.

WEEK 4 – How to manage their life.

Most teens want to take control of their own life and have their parents back off: the problem is they don’t know how. In this segment your teen will learn what it means to hold themselves 100% accountable.

One parent’s concern was, “My teen’s attitude is horrible and she is defiant, so why would she change?”

This program will empower your teens and will ensure that they will become more confident, secure and independent young adults.  Through owning their independence and becoming more accountable for their actions, their resistance is removed from you, the parent. This results in a shift in their attitude and creates a more harmonious relationship with you.

I have helped thousands of teenagers develop their self-esteem and start making better decisions for themselves, as well as guided parents through these turbulent teenage years.

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“I am so excited about the changes and maturity I have witnessed in my teen through the 4 Weeks To Teen Self-Esteem Program. I will recommend it to others.”

~ A once concerned parent

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When you purchase the 4 Weeks to Teen Self-Esteem you are receiving 4 weeks of my personal self-esteem builders that I use with my personal clients everyday.  You get access to:

WEEK 1 – How to Have Self-Esteem

WEEK 2 – How to Combat that Inner Negative Voice

WEEK 3 – How to Make Good Decisions

WEEK 4 – How to Manage Your Life

Including- A personal 30-minute discovery session for you to discuss the details of your teen’s self-esteem issues.

If you want this for your teen, it is critical to help her
develop her self-esteem!

Learn more about the Award Winning Book My Feet Aren't Ugly by Debra Beck