There is a Chinese student doing his master's degree in England. The young man was very appreciated for his extraordinary achievements in the laboratory. One day, his supervisor said, "Mr. XX, I have to go out for a meeting tomorrow, can you work in the lab alone?" The young man nodded his head repeatedly. The next day, the mentor left, and the young man desperately tried to make publicly funded international calls. At the end of the month, the tutor found that the phone bill was very high, and when she checked, it happened to be the highest on the day she went out. She asked the Chinese student, "Mr. XX, were you working alone in the lab that day?" The young man nodded his head. The mentor asked again, "So, did you make any international calls?" "No." The young man denied it. The mentor didn't say anything, but inwardly he was so angry that he announced the dismissal of the Chinese student the next day. Perhaps some people do not take lying seriously, but in many countries it is difficult to tolerate deception, and even more so to refuse to work with liars.

  Remember that children lie for three main reasons: first, they are punished for telling the truth; second, they are trying to get away with it; and third, they tell imaginary things as if they were true. Therefore, only by allowing children who tell the truth to be encouraged and children who tell lies to be punished, and by doing so consistently, will children gradually develop the good habit of honesty.

  Habits of honesty.

  (1)The habit of keeping promises and keeping one's word

  (2) the habit of truthfulness

  (3) the habit of treating people with sincerity

  (4) the habit of punctuality


   The education of responsibility should be permeated in a matter of time and in every word and deed. Among them, parents should pay special attention to the handling of their children's faults. At such times, parents should remain rational and calm, and try not to reprimand loudly, let alone exaggerate to intimidate the child, but should be realistic and reasoned, clearly pointing out the way to make up for the fault.

  In a sense, you can also call the moment when a child's fault occurs a critical moment, because the ability to deal with the fault has a key role. If it is not handled properly, the child may not care about responsibility or may be too scared and have a nervous breakdown; if it is handled properly, the child may learn a lesson and become a responsible modern person. Therefore, no matter what the child's fault is, as long as he has some ability, he should be allowed to take responsibility, which is the true love of modern parents.

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