While walking home one night I ran across a group of children from the ages 16- 10 and notice the ten year old hitting one of the children who was older in the group with his belt and crusing
at him. Clearly I could see that the older child was trying to restrain his self because he was
much older than the little bully who was disrespecting him and kept telling him to stop!
Is there such a thing as a disrespectful child or is it something that was taught by the parents?
If a parent or caregiver is the child's first teacher, then what happens when the child
grows up and disrespects their parents, adults, and authority?
While it's true that children learn their manners from their parents and it's starts in the home. How much does society influence your child and why?
I found a great article called Raising respectful kids in a disrespectful world. Please check it
out and let me know what you think. www.crosswalk.com//family/parenting/raiserespectfulkids