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Caring For Others

Caring For Others

Caring for and helping other people is driven by deep value-based motivations and concerns to make a positive and practical difference to the lives of other people. Caring can take many forms. At home it might involve being a parent, or looking af...

How To Be Caring

Being caring allows you to have empathy for others and to live a life based on affection, love, and compassion for the people around you. It can be tempting to fall into a life of selfishness and to focus only on your own goals and desires, but y...

8 Ways To Get Kids To Give A Darn

Like hundreds of millions of our fellow North Americans, we spent a not-insignificant part of our childhood watching a coyote try to drop an anvil onto a roadrunner. As a result, all of us are mistrustful of the shoddy workmanship of products fro...

Teaching Children To Care And Be More Cooperative

Caring and cooperation are positive behaviors we'd all like to see in our children; however, very young children tend to be egocentric which means they see themselves at the center of their world. As they grow, children start to develop social awa...

Are You Raising Nice Kids? A Harvard Psychologist Gives 5 Ways To Raise Them To Be Kind

Earlier this year, I wrote about teaching empathy, and whether you are a parent who does so. The idea behind it is from Richard Weissbourd, a Harvard psychologist with the graduate school of education, who runs the Making Caring Common project, ai...

Acts Of Kindness: Teaching Children To Care

Caring is our ability to recognize and respond to the needs and suffering of others. An important part of our internal compass, it includes the ways we show kindness, compassion, and empathy to the people in our lives. Human kindness peaks during ...

Express Care: Learn About It

Expressing care is key to family strengths. When we care for each other, we show that we like each other. And we want the best for each other. We do this when we . . . How family members express care affects family life and how kids develop.

The Caring Child: How To Teach Empathy | Babycenter

Kids don't have the cognitive skills to truly understand the concept of empathy until they're 8 or 9. But 5-year-olds, usually highly preoccupied with fairness, are concerned about being treated well, and they want others — friends, strangers, eve...

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Children Value Success Over Kindness: How To Teach Children Compassion

5 Suggestions To Guide Children in becoming more caring and compassionate while still focusing on success in school 1. Children need ongoing opportunities to...

Watch: Keys To Teach Children To Be Generous

DENVER — Teaching children to be generous and care about others can be a tough task for any parent. We have some advice on the proper ways to help kids be kind, share and even be fiscally responsible starting at a young age.

How To Create A Kind Kid

Let's face it, bullying has become a national crisis. The "mean girl" mentality starts as early as age 4, and cyber-bullying is scarily terrorizing elementary students in their own homes. As parents, it keeps us up at night. Is my child getting te...

How Books Can Teach Your Child To Care

The child who is unable to relate to others, who does not appreciate that other children have feelings that matter, often ends up isolated or worse. I worked with children who were terribly unkind to each other for a variety of reasons, but it was...

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Caring For Others

Anupama AnandAnupama Anand
Relationships are built with care, maintained with care and go for a lifetime enveloped by care