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Part One of the Life Series stressed the relational components associated with child training that lead to healthy outcomes. Now in Part Two, the focus shifts to the moral education of children. Over the next six visits, Gary and Anne Ezzo, along with Rich and Julie Young, will demonstrate how young children learn moral lessons, internalize meaningful values, and then translate them into social skills. Raising children who are kind, courteous, respectful, cooperative, confident and sensitive to the needs of others, is not a wish list from never-never land, but the consistent outcomes when parents are intentional in their moral training. However, they would be the first to warn that such moral outcomes take time, effort, patience, and a commitment from parents to rise above the cultural tide of mediocrity. The formula for helping children acquire the motivation and conviction to choose right over wrong, good over evil, excellence over mediocrity, and initiative over apathy is contained within the next six visits.
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