Teach Your Children Well: Helping Kids Make Moral Choices

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Baker Book House, Mar 1, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 191 pages
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In a society adrift without a moral compass, parents worry about their children navigating through difficult issues and making the right choices. Substance abuse, escalating school violence, and the increasing use of pornography make daily headlines. What can parents do in the face of these grim statistics?

To help kids survive -- and thrive -- in contemporary culture, parents need practical tools to help their children build a strong foundation of moral character. Don Otis, the father of three children himself, offers a wealth of information on moral decision making in this book, including:
-- helping children stand firm against peer pressure
-- limiting negative influences
-- building strong moral character
-- teaching kids how to make good decisions on their own
-- helping children make good friends without being overprotective

This easy-to-use guidebook will be an invaluable resource for parents who seek to empower their children to make confident, positive choices in a chaotic world.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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Introduction
9
The Collapse of Sanity
13
Copyright

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Compiler and contributing author Don Otis is the author of "Trickle-Down Morality" and "Teach Your Children Well." In his mid-forties, Don has competed in triathlons throughout the western U.S., run in dozens of road races over more than twenty years, and climbed mountains on three continents.

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