- Take a hard look at yourself.
- Accept responsibility and make a plan.
- Take charge of your kids.
- Meet all of your children's needs, but not all of their desires.
- Encourage your kids to place their confidence in God rather than in themselves.
- Cultivate compassion in your children.
- Build family togetherness.
- Help your kids learn how to forgive.
- Cultivate generosity and gratitude.
- Give your children opportunities to serve their community.
- Help your kids make a positive difference in the world.
- Parent with eternity in view.
Read a good article titled "Raise Unselfish Children in a Self-Absorbed World." The author's (Jill Rigby) main points are based off of her same-titled book:
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