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    Hi,
    I was just wondering what everyone else thinks. I am thinking more from the idea of upbringing.
    What do you all think?

    I'd say routine/structure to daily life and morals e.g. standing up for what you believe in
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    always be yourself and, the one you said above, standing up for what you believe in
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    Maths :rolleyes:
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    Communication skills, such as speaking, reading and writing.
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    Stand up against injustice, and always speak your mind; have an opinion on everything and tell the world about it, just don't shove it down other people's throats.
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    (Original post by MC1723)
    always be yourself and, the one you said above, standing up for what you believe in
    What if "yourself" is a monster?

    I would say teaching kids morals, and things like what comes around goes around, treat others the way you want to be treated.
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    To treat others with kindness and respect.
    To make the most of every opportunity and have fun in life and not spend time worrying about mundane things. And to live life so at the end of it you'll back and not regret the things you should have done but never did.
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    handwriting;

    so many young folk these days only use keyboards to communicate;

    if they try to use a pen they end up with something like this:

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    (Original post by the bear)
    handwriting;

    so many young folk these days only use keyboards to communicate;

    if they try to use a pen they end up with something like this:

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    hahah so true! my own handwriting has worsened the past year or so
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    (Original post by danny111)
    What if "yourself" is a monster?

    I would say teaching kids morals, and things like what comes around goes around, treat others the way you want to be treated.




    cannot disagree!! what goes around definitely comes around
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    (Original post by the bear)
    handwriting;

    so many young folk these days only use keyboards to communicate;

    if they try to use a pen they end up with something like this:

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    That looks like it was written on the computer with the mouse as the pen...

    Appalling.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    That looks like it was written on the computer with the mouse as the pen...

    Appalling.
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    To teach them how to teach themselves.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    What if "yourself" is a monster?

    I would say teaching kids morals, and things like what comes around goes around, treat others the way you want to be treated.
    Someone's been watching too much Dexter
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    (Original post by Eloades11)
    Someone's been watching too much Dexter
    Or too little as of recently!
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    I think all kids should know they're important- but no more so than anyone else. I used to find nothing more annoying than kids with an inflated sense of self worth... until I met adults that are much worse.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Or too little as of recently!
    Totally agree, what happens between now and September is meaningless until I find out how Dexter finishes! I'll have to watch all the seasons for a 3rd time during the summer :cool:
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    Empathy and tolerance.

    There are too many narrow-minded fools around nowadays.

    I'd also emphasise the importance of reading and thinking for oneself.
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    Respect, the single most important quality in my opinion. And under that umbrella comes important qualities such as tolerance and self-respect.
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    (Original post by Eloades11)
    Totally agree, what happens between now and September is meaningless until I find out how Dexter finishes! I'll have to watch all the seasons for a 3rd time during the summer :cool:
    I was planning on doing that depending on how fast I get through Game of Thrones.
 
 
 
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