SIMPLE WAYS TO BRING OUT
THE BEST IN OUR CHILDREN
The Virtues Project™ helps parents to awaken the qualities of character that exist in potential in their children.
By speaking the language of virtues, setting virtues- based boundaries and recognizing teachable moments, we bring out the best in our children -- and ourselves. We become mentors helping our children to become
compassionate, courageous, respectful, confident and purposeful.
MESSAGE TO PARENTS
BUILDING STRONG FAMILIES:
PARENTING WITH VIRTUES
Would you like to teach your children how to do the right thing, even if no one is looking?
Would you like your family members to communicate respectfully and peacefully with each other?
Would you like your children (at any age) to be responsible for their own actions?
Are your children learning from their mistakes and choosing differently the next time?
Is setting clear boundaries with relevant consequences a challenge for you?
Parents want to know how to teach children right from wrong, to have confidence in themselves, to be thoughtful and respectful.
Many parents, for many reasons, no longer know how to pass these practices on to their children.
Building Strong Families: Parenting with Virtues addresses these issues and more,
with five practical strategies based on virtues.
Parents find that The Virtues Project™ strategies make family life more peaceful and joyful for everyone!
Based on the premise that all of us have virtues within and that we as parents can draw them forth from our children helps us to focus on the positive and get fabulous results!
"It has taught me that if you do not use positive language, it will not work. I feel that my children will become better parents because they are now equipped with a language to navigate their future lives. It has helped me to become a more positive person. "
Y. T. Yeo, Parent, Blangah Rise Primary School
"Virtues Project™ enlightens and inspires me. I can apply the skills at home as a parent and also in my workplace. I would strongly encourage any parent to attend this Virtues Project™, to bring the best out of your children."
Lynn Wong Parent-Teacher Association, Anderson Primary School
"Instead of losing my temper, I now can step back and respond with gentleness to my child and turn it from oppositional to one which is educational."
- Lim Long, Parent