Which of these family Values do your consider most essential to inculcate into Children , enabling them to grow into sensible and caring Adults ?

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  1. According to me ‘ Value each others Opinion & Show kindness and respect both points are very important. If we respect others our children will definitely do respect others.

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  2. According to me all points have equal importance. But telling truth and giving respect to everyone is most important value to teach our children. Because a child learn from family first. We have to teach our children to speak truth in every situation. By in this way we can prevent our children from the wrong way.

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  3. All points have equal importance. Value each others Opinion & Show kindness and respect this i think most important. We have to teach our children respect others speak truth in every situation.If we respect others our children will definitely do respect others.

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  4. All points are equally important.But truthtelling is essential for authentic communication to occur, and makes genuine interaction between people possible. That is, if truth were not expected, it would not be long before communication would entirely break down. Imagine what it would be like living in a society in which no one expected the truth. How could a person discern what is accurate and what is a falsehood? On what basis could a person make important decisions if there was no expectation of the truth? Life would be chaotic without the norm of honesty.

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  5. Family values are certain values which we as parents can inculcate easily in the home environment. Sharing, giving respect , being courteous are some of the values that we can inculcate into our kids. I feel the list could be added as and when the time passes.

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  6. As parents, we all want our children to grow up to be responsible citizens and good people. We want them to learn to feel, think and act with respect for themselves and for other people. We want them to pursue their own well-being, while also being considerate of the needs and feelings of others. We want them to recognize and honor the democratic principles upon which our country was founded. We want them, in short, to develop strong character.Research has shown that children who grow up with strong, positive values are happier
    and do better in school. They are also better able to balance their personal wants and needs against those of others and to make positive contributions to society.
    On the other hand, if children do not learn proper values and behavior when they are very young, problems can develop. The most important thing we can do for our children is to help them acquire values and skills that they can rely on throughout their lives. In doing so, they will have the best chance to lead good lives as individuals and as citizens of their communities.

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  7. All the family values mentioned above are important to be drilled into our kids. It can be done by practicing the same ourselves so that kids pick them up on their own. Love and care is most important.

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  8. According to me all the points are equally good. Sharing, giving respect , being courteous are some of the values that we can inculcate into our kids.If we respect others our children will definitely do respect others.

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    1. According to me all points have equal importance. But telling truth and giving respect to everyone is most important value to teach our children.This gives us strength and make strong bond in family.

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  9. Honesty
    Help Kids Find a Way To Tell the Truth.The best way to encourage truthfulness in your child is to be a truthful person yourself. Your child takes his cues from you, so it’s important that you try to avoid any kind of deception, even a seemingly innocuous one. Let your child hear you being truthful with other adults. Another way to promote the value of honesty: Don’t overreact if your child lies to you.
    Justice
    Insist That Children Make Amends. In order to help children internalize a true sense of justice, parents need to encourage them to take some action to remedy a wrong.
    If you’re aware that your child has acted badly toward someone, help him think of a way to compensate. Maybe he can give one of his trucks to a playmate whose toy he has damaged. Perhaps he could draw a picture for his sister after teasing her all day. By encouraging your child to make such gestures, you emphasize the importance of treating people fairly-an essential value that will one day help him negotiate the complicated world of peer-group relationships.
    Determination
    Encourage Them To Take on a Challenge. Determination is a value that you can encourage from a very young age. The easiest way to do so is by avoiding excessive praise and by providing children with honest feedback, delivered in a gentle, supportive fashion.
    Another powerful way to help kids develop determination is to encourage them to do things that don’t come easily-and to praise them for their initiative.If your son is shy, for instance, quietly encourage him to approach kids on the playground, even if it makes him feel nervous and scared. If your daughter is quick to blow a fuse, teach her strategies (such as counting to ten or taking a deep breath) for holding back a temper tantrum. Congratulate kids when they manage to do things that are difficult for them. The child who hears “Good for you, I know that was really tough!” is bolstered by the recognition and becomes even more determined to keep trying.
    Consideration
    Teach Them To Think about Others’ Feelings
    Love
    Be Generous with Your Affection. Parents tend to think that children are naturally loving and generous with their affection. This is true, but for loving sentiments to last, they need to be reciprocated. It’s chilling to realize that over the course of a typical busy day, the phrase “I love you” is probably the one that a child is least likely to hear.
    Let your child see you demonstrate your love and affection for the people in your life. Talk to your children about how much you love and appreciate their grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. And, of course, don’t let a day pass without expressing your affection for your child himself. Show your love in unexpected ways: Pack a note in his lunch box. Give her a hug-for no reason. Don’t allow frantic morning drop-offs or frenetic afternoon routines squeeze loving gestures out of your day.
    Regards
    Avinash Bharti

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    1. According to me the first point is very prominent.The best way to encourage truthfulness in your child is to be a truthful person yourself. Your child takes his cues from you, so it’s important that you try to avoid any kind of deception, even a seemingly innocuous one. (Never, for instance, say something like “Let’s not tell Daddy we got candy this afternoon.”) Let your child hear you being truthful with other adults.Furthermore we should teach them good manners also as do not interrupt grown-ups who are speaking with each other unless there is an emergency. They will notice you and respond when they are finished talking.If you do need to get somebody’s attention right away, the phrase “excuse me” is the most polite way for you to enter the conversation.Many more points are there which should be considered to teach a child for his/her good growth.

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  10. In my opinion Most people go through life wishing to be listened to more. So by listening rather than talking, you are giving something valuable to the person who’s speaking. Especially if you really are taking in what that person is saying and not thinking about something else. The speaker will appreciate that gift and you will have created a bond. He or she will feel understood and validated. It’s a powerful relationship-building tool, and an especially powerful sales tool. Secondly one of the ways that I put my family first was to set non-negotiable boundaries around my family first. That forced the same level of rigor around boundaries for work. Once I had formalized and compartmentalized boundaries around work, I was able to focus intently on the work I was doing. It also allowed me to do so in a relatively distracted way, which allowed me to get a lot more done a lot fast and do a better job at virtually all of it.

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  11. According to me, always tell the truth, keep your promises, value each other’s opinion, share, help each other, clear up your own mess are the values which should be inculcate in own kids.

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  12. All Points are Really v important bcz you as a mother ,as a teacher make rules and regulations for children.so always be fair with children and listen to them nicely.Dont spoil trust and show care .
    Family is most important in you life .

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  13. Every point has its own importance.according to my point of view if we give respect to other so in this way we can give effective lessson to our children….

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  14. According to me all points have equal importance. But telling truth and giving respect to everyone is most important value to teach our children. Because a child learn from family first. We have to teach our children to speak truth in every situation. By in this way we can prevent our children from the wrong way.

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