It is this vulnerability that causes our children to cling precisely when we need the most space. If we are sick or emotionally unavailable we may find our little ones acting out or holding on.Read More
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Adam Grant, a professor of psychology at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, recently wrote “Raising a Moral Child,” for the New York Times Sunday Review. This article has been spreading to friends and family through social media and e-mail. It supports what we see so frequently in session; parents care about raising caring and just children. So how does one go about doing just that?
Grant states, “genetic twin studies suggest that anywhere from a quarter to more than half of our propensity to be giving and caring is inherited. That leaves a lot of room for nurture…” This leave parents with 75% of the morality lessons.
To read Grant’s article and learn some techniques for raising a moral child, click here.
It is not unusual to have tasks that go into the next day, but now our society lives each day where 24 hours is just not enough. It is so satisfying to leave each day with our tasks completed, but this notion seems like a distant memory for most of us. As Tim Kreider, wrote in the New York Times...