Teaching children values

Teaching children values is imperative. Be specific about values you think are important – like trust, honesty, integrity, respect, racism, generosity to those who are poor and kindness to those in need.

  • Teach your children to accept people who are different, eg. kids who are disabled, obese or ‘uncool’
  • Develop their conscience about issues like bullying and abusers – don’t leave a vacuum
  • Actions speak louder than words, so make sure what you do supports the values you teach


When fathers praise teenage daughters with parental intelligence

Dr Laurie Hollman gives some tips on giving your daughter meaningful and effective praise.


Pay it Forward – A Fatherhood Legacy Story

Bruce Robinson tell us about his father.