Morality and Behavior of Children

The Morality and Behavior of Children

Some adults lack morality even after an entire lifetime. Yet, as this study shows, constructive ethical values are something that the vast majority of us are born with:

https://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/09/magazine/09babies-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0^

So when does one lose one’s moral compass? Perhaps, like almost any quality in life, it has to be cultivated:

https://littlebearabroad.com/raising-pippi-longstocking/^

Here are more tips about how to ensure the healthy development of a child’s behavioral dictionary:

http://www.regardingbaby.org/2012/03/20/understanding-your-toddler-why-she-does-the-things-she-does/^

And more:

https://www.janetlansbury.com/2010/03/a-baby-ready-for-kindergarten-college-and-life^

Obviously, there are many routes available when one wants to foster a child’s healthy emotional and intellectual development. All or any of these lead to a happier adulthood, to people we can rely on, to a better world of tomorrow.

But there are also routes that jeopardize a child’s development. Here’s an article about self-soothing:

https://raisedgood.com/self-soothing-biggest-con-new-parenthood^

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