Thursday, June 2, 2011

The importance of self-control

The findings of this article come as no surprise to me.  Here are the first couple of paragraphs:

Teaching self-control to children as young as three can set them up for healthy, wealthy and crime-free lives, researchers have found. 

Physical health, alcohol and drug addictions, personal finances and criminal offending in adulthood can be "significantly predicted" by how a child acts up to 11 years old.

For the full New Zealand Herald article, click here.

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