Kids will take the worst thing they see their parents do, and this is what they will decide to mimic. It is very important to stay positive around children, because they do not understand the world, in the way adults do. A child’s mind is like a sponge for the first 6 or 7 years. This is why they ask questions. Tell them the truth, without being negative, yet be sensitive to know what they can handle. Instead of being negative it’s easier to brush it off till they are older, than to explain something they will not understand yet. Teach kids to be positive, and why it’s important. Kids are going to remember what their parents said at the light, when someone cut their parents off, in traffic. I am only speaking from experience. I want to stress that point again. I am not claiming to be better than anyone else. I love everyone just not the evil acts they do. I’m here just to help others break bad habits and create good clean healthy habits. Kids will reflect the best and the worst, reflections of their parents and role models. Make it a good reflection even when it’s supposed to he a bad one. Be a positive example.
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