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[Q&A] Raising Grateful Young People


Leonardo Rocker

[Q&A] Raising Grateful Young People

Kids, by nature, often feel that they are entitled, which makes them less appreciative of the things that they have received, as well as for their experiences. It is the parents’ responsibility to enlighten their children about being grateful for what each has been given. And being able to raise grateful children would be the parents’ achievement.

On this 12th episode of the Impressive podcast, Doctor Kimberley, in response to some of the questions from the listeners, will tell you how to instil the attribute of gratitude to the young ones.

Listen up as we explore:

  • The importance of promoting gratitude in young people
  • Child-friendly daily rituals for ages 2-14 year 12
  • Why we often forget to be grateful

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