Here are seven steps parents can take to ensure kids develop the right skills, focus on likability, and value authenticity over power and status.
Articles that feature the ideas and experiences of some of the leading thinkers on character in the family.
Lapses in character happen, but it’s what you do with them that matters.
Everyone needs the occasional reassurance that they’re raising a good person and haven’t botched the whole parenting thing.
Thanksgiving is a form of art.
There is an outright need for character development in our schools and communities.
It's our collective responsibility to work towards ensuring each child we encounter reaches their full potential.
As parents, we have many hopes for our kids. But at the bottom of all these wishes is the hope that our kid turns into a decent human being — someone who is kind, respectful, and honest.
I hope that any of you who are parents, or who work with parents, will take some time to consider other connections to the 11 Principles.
When we drill down to the root of it, many of us come to find that it was indeed our family who instilled the values we've come to know, love and live by.
Simply ask yourself the question: do you treat students like people or like your dog?