As I see it confidence in one's writing, and understanding one's writer's voice, leads to better self-esteem. Better self-esteem leads to better relationships with peers and family and down the road leads to wise relationship choices and positive career and financial outcomes.
For Instance, I have a unique process when it comes to writing tutoring as I am also a certified coach (who will take her boards in 2021). It's the road less traveled. But my clients' results from this process are amazing. I've seen kids with ADHD who were failing their classes, go on to graduate with the finest of academic degrees, and go on to feel confident in securing their dream job post-college. I have helped ADHD children who were bullied by students and teachers for being too slow to keep up and after coaching, they went on to the most prestigious academic programs in their city. I've also helped children with ADHD, who had the gift of writing, but not the motivation to excel in all their classes go on to finish their classes with honors, graduate, and get into one of the most prestigious film schools in our country.
Not all my students have ADHD, but all of them were massively talented. They often were highly skilled with academic skills. However, their why for school and their motivation skills were less than ideal. However, by addressing both the technical skills from tutoring and what I call the "other variables" they went on to become success stories in their journey.