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Samples for Habit Topic:
What kinds of habits should children have?
Without a doubt, they should develop habits that give structure to their life. It’s crucial for them to maintain a daily routine from getting up to going to sleep so that they can take care of themselves properly. Added to that, other small habits like making to-do lists, doing chores, reading books or playing should also be cultivated from a very young age. These activities help instill discipline and essential values such as hard work, patience and self-confidence in a child.
What kinds of habits should children avoid?
Of course, there are countless unhealthy habits kids shouldn’t get into. I’d say that the most destructive ones include telling lies, excessive gaming or wasting time on social media. A dishonest person is definitely the worst role model for kids to become. Too much screen time could also have profound impacts on children’s character. Sedentary kids tend to be slothful (lazy), passive, irritable and prone to antisocial behaviors. Not to mention, these habits might destroy their self-worth and take a toll on their health as well as their performance at school.
How can parents teach their children good habits?
Well, I’m not an expert in parenting but I suppose first and foremost they must set a good example for their kids. It’s widely believed that children are a mirror of adults in their family so if these grownups maintain healthy and constructive habits, kids tend to acquire the same. What’s more, it’s vital to consciously instill these habits in a child as early as possible. Parents can achieve that by actively getting involved in the education of their little ones, from teaching them how to get dressed and keep their room tidy to setting goals and making plans. I strongly believe that excellent family education during these formative years lays the foundation for a fulfilling life.
Do you think people change their habits as they get older?
Of course, as people grow older, their life will change and their habits will also change accordingly. The main reason is that old habits no longer produce the outcome they desire or might be inappropriate to keep due to their new living environments or new ways of thinking. For example, children often dance and sing along to their favourite TV programs but they quit doing so when they grow up. This type of behaviour is considered childish by many. So, apart from self-interest, peer pressure also plays a key role in habit alterations.
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