Teaching Our Kids to Be Kind Even When Others Aren’t

If a group of children were being mean, would your child feel brave enough to be kind? Being kind isn’t always an easy thing to do. Sometimes it can be a scary thing to do, even a brave thing to do.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk about ways to help foster our children’s ability to be kind and do the right thing, even when others aren’t being kind around them.

I talk about ways to help foster our children’s ability to be kind and do the right thing, even when others aren’t being kind around them.

 

For help developing your child’s emotional intelligence and empathy, I have written a book to plant those seeds and help the next generation be brave enough to be kind.

You can pre-order my new book or get the Kindle version of It’s Brave to Be Kind here. It’s a perfect book for 5-7 year olds to learn the value of kindness in their everyday life, even when it is not easy.

It’s Brave to Be Kind

 

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