When raising children in a “me-centered” culture, it can be challenging to teach them right from wrong. Many examples and role models displayed on television or even in children’s literature often portray cheating and injustices without consequences, which is directly opposed to the very lessons many parents want to impart on their children.
How can you foster a child’s moral development when society has been deemed as a self-serving culture? According to Stephanie Manes, New York-based licensed clinical social worker, more needs to be done to foster the return of morality or goodness, and the place to start is with children.
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