Parents and the society must therefore observe their children closely with the view of enhancing the development of appropriate body images and self-esteem in the individuals.
Participating and enjoying sports are therefore vital in the development of appropriate personalities since the players learn appropriate ways of resolving their own conflicts. In most cases, the players resolve their conflicts both peacefully and amicably. Conflict resolution skills are vital in the development of appropriate personalities and enhance the development of appropriate body images and self-esteem among the players. Additionally, communal participation in sports enhances the appreciation of each team member since they have particular roles in the team. This way, the youths understand each other and learn to appreciate the personal differences. Such enhance the development of appropriate personalities in which people appreciate each other.
The definitions above portray the two as social factors that therefore require socially responsive upbringing in order to facilitate the development of holistic and confident individuals. Social networks often influence people’s judgment on others, a fundamental fact that influences self-esteem and body image in people. Sports are physical and social activities in which people assemble and take party communally. They provide appropriate platforms for people to exercise and develop their social networks. Such provide appropriate platforms for the development of appropriate body images and self-esteem among individuals. The American society among other developed economies continues to experience the rise of computer and video games both of which do not require intense communal participation of players. As such, the society continues to experience ineffective personalities characterized by poor body images and low self-esteem among the youth.