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How can I share my moral beliefs with my child?

Michele Borba
Psychology
Here are five quick questions to gauge how well you’re parenting solid moral beliefs in your child:

- You can quickly name the 3-5 virtues you want most for your child to acquire.
- Your child could name the virtues you believe in most without prompting.
- You reinforce your child whenever he shows your selected virtues in his behavior.
- Your child can clearly see your chosen virtues in your daily behavior.
- You use those virtues as your day to day code of ethical behavior and family living.

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