Raised to Love

Lego for character


Routines and timetables are like Lego for a child's character. Simple home routines and consistent kindness towards all are the building blocks of good habits. Add your selfless example and a liberal smothering of affection and the characters you forge will be resilient, big hearted and ready for life.

But

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Good habits for each child


Martin Luther King, in his famous ‘I have a dream’ speech, spoke of a time when children will be judged not by the colour of their skin but by their character. What does he mean by character? Tom Lickona, one of the champions of the character education movement, explains that

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How united are you?


There is nothing better in this world than that man and wife should be one mind.

(Homer - Odyssey - 800 BC)

Unity builds love. Parental unity gives consistency in the key messages you give your children. Above all, it means you show your children how to love: by the

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