Children need to hear that we believe in fairness

A recent Harvard University national survey discovered that children put their own personal success over concern for others. The conclusions of the research are that when children do not see caring and fairness as important they are at greater risk of adopting behaviours that might be experienced as unkind, disrespectful or even dishonest.

At Formula 4 Parenting, where fairness and the appropriate use of power are at the very heart of our approach, we are keen to direct parents to 'The Children We Mean to Raise' study which shows us all how to send healthy values to our children.

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