Raising Confident Black Boys

How to Raise Confident Black Boys Through the Power of Affirmations

One thing that can hold black boys back from reaching their full potential is a lack of affirmation. Too often, they are told that they can't or that they shouldn't do something, and it has a cumulative effect. They start to doubt themselves and their abilities, and it becomes difficult to reach their full potential.

Black boys are often overlooked and undervalued. They face unique challenges and obstacles that other boys don't, and this can lead to them feeling insecure and unsupported.

Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to help black boys feel confident and supported. One important way is to affirm them often. This means showing them how to tell themselves positive things about themselves, their abilities, and their worth. It can be hard to do, but it is very important.

Some examples of affirmations that can be used with black boys include:

"You are powerful and capable."

"You are loved and valued."

"You are worthy of respect and admiration."

"You are loved and supported."

"You are strong and courageous."

There are many people who believe that they cannot be anything that they want to be because they were not born with the right genes or they did not have the right environment. But this is not the case at all. You can be whatever you want to be if you believe in yourself and have the effort and determination to make it happen.


                                                                                                           -Aleisha Kelly



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