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20 Life Lessons To Teach Your Children

  • 05 Mar 2018
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All parents want the best for their children. We want to raise our kids right and be there for them.  

In our bid to give them the best in life, parents should not miss out on teaching them some essential life lessons and values as they grow up with grace and respect into the society.

Here are some life lessons to impart to your children during their tender growing up years:
 

  1. Respect your elders 
  2. Always say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’
  3. Always ask questions
  4. Never be afraid to make mistakes
  5. Never lose your self-respect
  6. It is okay to cry
  7. Admit when you are wrong
  8. Love your family and siblings
  9. Never stop learning
  10. Be honest and truthful 
  11. Always be grateful 
  12. Learn when to say ‘No’
  13. Don’t talk to strangers
  14. Look someone in the eye when talking to them
  15. Don’t be afraid to speak up
  16. Forget and forgive quickly
  17. Show compassion and care for animals
  18. Accept defeat with grace
  19. Always think positive
  20. Never take anyone for granted

Source: huffingtonpost
Image credit: Twitter/KaryJoys



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