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  • I think that you have to be good and have good morals yourself to begin with. Children take in their parents actions and learn what they see.
  • Parents that are emotionally available and loving to their children, that teach by example not preeching. Also that have the capacity to listen to and understand their children's emotions.
  • Two terrific parents who need to set good examples. They would have to spend a lot of time with the children and show interest in what the children like. But even with that, it's very difficult to avoid the negatives of society. Outside influences can't be controlled.
  • Consistently model the behaviors and values you want them to learn.
  • It's takes parents who show an interest in their child and shower them with love and affection as well as giving them the education they need to be sucessful and discipline lots of disciple. They have to have good, strong morals themselves. Plus they have to set limits and stick by them. You may not be able to protect them from everything, but you can't just let them play with wolves either.
  • To add to the great answers already given.... I think it's incredibly important to have open communication with your children. If they feel like they can come and talk to you / ask you about ANYTHING at all without feeling uncomfortable or nervous then they are less likely to seek the information elsewhere. When you force them to learn from TV, internet, and other people you never know WHAT they are going to be taught.
  • A bona fide miracle form God and a willingness to go against the dictates of a society that says if it doesn't hurt someone it's ok.
  • Parents who spend time (quantity not just quality) with their children, who are excellent examples for their children with morals and principles and good standards. If they used the principles of childrearing in the Bible I don't think they could go wrong. LIsten listen listen to your children and encourge them to talk to you. And be sure to listen to what they don't tell you, too. Never over react when their children tell them things that shock or surprise them. Take it in, think about it and then handle it later. Never discipline in anger. And be consistant! Both parents MUST agree on things. No using one parent against the other. That's so destructive.
  • Good people with great principles, good manners, having good values and character. I was always taught that charity begins at home. A child's education starts from the minute they were born, and they learn from seeing and hearing what goes on around them. Today's parents, by contrast, seek to raise children who possess high self-esteem, but have low tolerance for frustration, low self-control and a sense of personal power. Many parents try to discipline their children without causing guilt, not realizing that the anticipation of guilt is the best preventive of misbehavior, not the anticipation of negative consequences. Today's parents are more concerned about disappointing their kids than their kids are about disappointing them.
  • Your parents have to set a pretty good example, and you need to be scared at a young age. Being smacked is the most basic form of this. If you're petrified by something when you're little, it doesn't go away. If I was bad when I was a wee kiddie, I'd be shouted at or smacked. I hated this so much that to this day doing anything wrong sends guilty spikes through my conscience for days. Your stomach knots up and everything. Eegghh. Works blummin' well!
  • Common sense and a certain amount of money.
  • In order to raise good moral children in todays society, you have to have GOOD MORAL PARENTS!! Children learn what they see and hear.
  • Courage
  • Teaching about potential consequences and to take responsibility for their own actions is a good start.
  • Good, moral people and good examples.
  • Honesty, please do not hide what happens in today's world. instead you should show them and teach them what's moraly wrong and right. establish an open comunication policy. be there for what arises in their life. be active in their life, know who they are talking to and what their parents are like. discipline bad and unexcused behavior. Be there parent, mentor and best friend. And above all express love. Hug them, tell them you love them. It warms the heart.
  • do not hit them when they are bad, dont insult or scream profanities at them, feed them healthy food, reward them when do good, punish when bad. dont shield them too much from bad things since they need to learn what it is that needs to be avoided. just be a cool person to them and dont. I hope this made sense
  • ***** A MIRACLE *****
  • Loving and Unselfish parents -- And still a Great Big Miracle Hello gtr - sure have missed you
  • Leading by example.
  • Teach them right from wrong, have punishment for bad behaviour, and stick to your guns, be available and lovong.
  • Mostly what it takes is for the Parents NOT to be their child's friend but to really be their Parents. And if you are a single parent don't try to be the other parent just be the best mother or father you can be.
  • It takes a good moral set of parents. Kids aren't stupid, if you aren't exactly what you want them to be, they won't want to be what you want them to be. Rather be the kind of person that you want your child to be, and they will want to be like you.
  • i don't know.but when you find out let me know
  • well you can raise them very sheltered, but they wont be very worldly once hey depart from home
  • An entire community. Just like the good old days.
  • Love, hugs, kisses, talking and LISTENING, availability and firm discipline with lots more love.
  • being a parent (not a pal), having a backbone, sound principles, love, respect, clear boundaries, authority.....my job (teaching) would be that much easier!
  • sponge bob and mr crabs
  • Good moral parents, of course, morals are subjective so yours maybe different to mine.
  • Teaching by example. Respecting the child, and the child's feelings and opinions. Teaching them to think rather than obey blindly.
  • 1. That a child knows beyond the shadow of a doubt that he or she is loved. 2. That they know there are limits beyond which they cannot go without unpleasant consequences. 3. That the child has both mother and father as examples of how both sexes behave. 4. That the child is inculcated with a moral code very, very early.
  • first im not really religious but it will sounds like i am. you will need god prayers take him/her to church teach them listen to them show them how to not just tell them but live it yourselves. you will have to spank and disapline them it will be a full time job. and if your really very serious about it i suggest home school abecka christian academy is a good one not only does it stop all the unmoral things of public schools out but its very nice school when your kid graduates it they say they will be like a 4 year college grad ok now the drawbacks to all i said first social skills are sex ed and so on not taught if it is very hard and there are lots of opinions but i just named a few that i could think of. and let me say i wish more parents wanted to and were commited to raising strong morals in kids it would solve alot of the worlds problems

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