The Five C’s of Character Development
The findings from our Raising Good Kids survey suggest five essential steps for parents to take to ensure that their child grows into a thriving person of character.
“I have seen the videos my children come across, and I’m shocked at how kids are treating each other and adults.”
“I do worry that one day someone else may have more influence over my children than me.”
“As a parent, I am ‘always on.’ Like everyone else, I have flaws. And while I want my kids to learn from my imperfections and mistakes, sometimes I feel like I have to be perfect all the time.”
“We all grew up understanding the Golden Rule. I use it to ask my children to think about how they would want to be treated in a given situation.”
“I appreciate that teachers are another voice, another role model reinforcing important values to my child. My six year old looks up to her teacher. The more positive influences she can encounter, the better.”
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