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Teaching children the right values is challenging, difficult, and often inconvenient, but well worth it! Children with strong values tend to have high self-evaluations and resist rejection well. Research shows that kind, compassionate kids are not only successful, but popular.
1. Ask motivational questions
When teaching values, ask children relevant questions to get them to really think. Don't tell them directly. It would be more effective to let them draw their own conclusions.
- For example, instead of saying, "He shouldn't have lied to his friends," ask, "Do you think he did something wrong?" or "What do you think he should do?"
- Asking questions can lead to discussions about values. Encourage children to think carefully, and they will remember better after they draw their own conclusions.
2. Listen and encourage your child to ask questions
Listen to your child's confusion and questions. Stick to your values, but be open-minded. The child asked the question to show that he had thought about it carefully.
- If your child questions the values you've taught him, try to be patient and calm. The more angry you are, the more rebellious your child will be. Discussing calmly will make your child more receptive to your ideas.
3. Professors are not preaching
You need to be authoritative and express yourself in a natural and comfortable manner. Most people—especially children—are more receptive to a message in a conversation than a one-sided lecture.
- When a child makes a mistake, briefly explain why it is wrong and give appropriate punishment. But don't preach when you're in a bad mood.
- Wait until both you and the child are calm. Don't always feel disappointed. You should explain your expectations to your child and tell your child what you hope he will do in the future.
4. State your expectations
Values do need to be developed internally, but setting expectations and rules can be a guide. Set reasonable expectations and let your child know what to expect from you.
- Children have an innate desire to live up to their parents' expectations. If you explain your expectations to your children and what it means to do so, chances are they will try to live up to your expectations.
5. Communicate frequently
The more you talk about values, the easier it is for your child to accept them. Frequent communication can constantly remind children not to forget.
- When children behave well, they should communicate more. If you teach your child only when he makes a mistake, he may perceive negative connotations.
6. Educate with emotion
Show love for your child. Tell your children you love them every day. When children feel confident that they are loved, it is easier for them to understand your expectations and understand that you are teaching values for their own good.
- Expressing love is very important, even if you have been expressing love with actions, you can't ignore verbal expressions.
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