Taekwondo can help students in many important life lessons. One of the first things they will notice when starting Taekwondo is, the instructor will teach the students the necessity of showing respect to everyone, not only the instructor but also their classmates as well. In quality, they will rarely make other people boasting or showing off. They know better than to flaunt their skills and to make other people around them to feel small.
They understand that everyone has their strengths and weaknesses and they will cherish the differences. Thinking that Taekwondo instruction promotes violent behavior can be a reasonable assumption if your only experience with Taekwondo comes from television or movies. However, Taekwondo, as well as other martial arts, have many defensive styles that teach students peaceful, non-violent conflict resolution skills and emphasize the prudence of avoiding a physical altercation.
Taekwondo teaches students to have fun and exercise their self-control. As they finished the lesson, and they did a great job, it gives them a real boost to both their self-confidence and self-esteem.