Discussing Dilemmas is a powerful way to help kids to think about right and wrong. With dilemmas, your child has the chance to pretend someone else has the problem and come up with a solution.
In today's parenting gift, you'll find 5 child dilemmas to ask your child. His task is to think of answers that would help kids in the dilemma have a clean conscience. Listen well. Have fun with the problems by asking some questions of your own.
Here's an example:
Your best friend lied to your friends about his dad being a millionaire. Most of the kids knew it wasn't true and are calling him a liar. Now he's embarrassed and doesn't want to face them.
- Will you remain his friend? Why?
- What's the best way for him to correct his lie?
- Why is being truthful the best policy?
Of course, you can ask whatever questions are best for your child. Remember, your goal is to help him think clearly and choose honesty.
Download your gift and add it to a 3-hole binder to use whenever you need it.
Pick it up at: How Parents Promote a Healthy Conscience by inserting the word: DILEMMAS
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Thank you so much.
With warm wishes,
Jean Tracy, MSS
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