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Teaching Kids To Respect Authority

Teaching Kids To Respect Authority. While it is important to teach our children to accept a “no” from a parent, i believe it’s of similar importance to teach them to accept a “no” from their peers. This is the first step in getting them to respect authority.

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Being respectful helps a child succeed in life. One of the best ways to teach your children to respect the law and authority is to lead by example and to be a positive role model in their life. You need to require it.

Schools make it a point to teach respect for authority during a child’s most formative years, but the real education truly begins at home, with the parents themselves.


A respectful child takes care of belongings and responsibilities, and a respectful child gets along with peers. This will help children learn to respect authority and that the world doesn’t revolve around them. More kids need to have respect and more parents need to teach their kids respect.

This is the first step in getting them to respect authority.


One of the best ways to teach your children to respect the law and authority is to lead by example and to be a positive role model in their life. Yet we see plenty of “disrespect” going on between parents and kids, between mom and dad, between parents and other adults. We reason with ourselves that the child is too young to know better, or that they will outgrow poor behavioural habits.

You may have parents, teachers, or other authority figures who are not good at their respective jobs (or at least you might feel that way) but the bible says that we should still respect them.


Teaching children how to respect themselves and others as soon as possible is a great way to encourage good choices and gets them closer to success as they get older. This is a skill they will need in everything they do. The best way to teach kids respect is to respect them.

Children are taught to both respect authority figures and to take direction from them.


It’s from a blog network wanting to add me, and the message was very flattering. Sometimes we demand respect from someone before we’ll return that respect. Talking back, arguing, issuing orders and playing parents against each other may seem cute or funny when your child is one or two but can quickly become annoying and obnoxious as your child moves into the preschool years.

When i was growing up, i was taught to respect the police, to comply with their requests, to shut my mouth, make slow moves, and find them when i need help or get into trouble.


On the other hand, we must think about the appalling behavior of the usa gymnastics team doctor larry nassar. As teens grow, it is important to teach them respect for authority and to help them understand its value. Has your family done something to encourage your local law enforcement?

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