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Your Parents Did Good| 5 Signs You Were Raised Right

Children around the world have all felt extra guilty when fed deadlines when their parents have had the phrase "I didn't raise you like that." I have 5 ways to know if you've been raised right. If you're wondering how you know, I've included a list for you. Hello, family. Let's start with 

Number 1: Manners. 

Thank you and politeness goes a long way. Good manners, such as saying please and thank you and all the in-between stuff are crucial. Moreover, the first sign that a kid has been raised right is greeting people, shaking hands, and having them look directly into your eyes when you greet them. Good manners, such as saying please and thank you and all the in-between stuff are crucial. Moreover, the first sign that a kid has been raised right is greeting people, shaking hands, and having them look directly into your eyes when you greet them.


Number 2: Embrace kindness.

Be kind in a world where anything is possible; print out this print, and put it on your child's wall. A child who is raised correctly understands the importance of kindness. It costs nothing, but yet transforms the world. And it is very simple to teach kindness, feed the birds, give a piece of candy to a retailer, pick up litter if the child does it. Educating children about kindness is so simple, offering a piece of candy to the retailer or picking up litter, if a student does an act of kindness without prompting, is a good thing. You're doing a great job.


Number 3: Being Helpful.

Being helpful doesn't just mean doing something that you don't normally do. When a child insistently offers to help without being coerced by adults, then they have been raised correctly. Additionally, doing chores with a happy heart means that when it's time to do the things that help a household to run smoothly, your child won't throw a dramatic episode of Not my fault or I didn't make the mess, why should I clean it kind of vibe. Researchers have explored how helping others affects our health by randomized lab tests.

Number 4: The belongings are looked after.

You probably know someone who leaves everything all over the place. If that person visits, you will return their jacket, sunglasses, and plastic containers. If your child takes care of their belongings, puts the things where they belong, and remembers to pack up everything whenever they finish a game or leave a playdate, you won't have to worry. In the same way, people know who they can trust with their belongings and who they cannot. Just because you do not own something does not mean you are entitled to treat it poorly.


Number 5: Saying sorry.

By saying sorry, we are not referring to instances where the child is forced to do something, which does not teach the value of a genuine apology, rather, we are referring to a sincere apology that acknowledges the behavior was hurtful and a desire to correct it. It isn't easy. Heck, even adults struggle to say those two magic words and mean them. Psychological Science reported that apologies help victims feel validated. Apologies reduce victims' aggression towards their transgressors and they increase empathy, forgiveness, and willingness to forgive, according to Stephen F. Curry, M.D. In the absence of information, it's time to focus on the heartfelt stories.


Here's a bonus for you. Integrity, the ability to do the right thing, no matter how inconvenient or how long it takes, is one of the most certain signs that you were raised right. It's great to have you with us today, and we look forward to having you back for more articles. Please check our page for more articles and leave us your comments.

Sources

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/46537118_Helping_Others_Shows_Differential_Benefits_on_Health_and_Well-being_for_Male_and_Female_Teens


https://www.psychologicalscience.org/publications/observer/obsonline/why-sorry-seems-to-be-the-hardest-word.html#:~:text=%E2%80%9CApologies%20help%20victims%20feel%20validated, their%20transgressors%2C%E2%80%9D%20Schumann%20writes.&text=Offenders%20may%20fail%20to%20apologize%20to%20avoid%20hurting%20their%20self%2Dimage.

https://motherhoodtherealdeal.com/parenthood/every-parent-should-teach-their-children-these-10-things/

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