Published on September 30, 2015
1. LOGO by Mann Rentoy Character Formation: An Urgency at Home
2. The M Generation
3. LOVE OF THE FAMILY Legacy
4. LOGO Parents? Media? Peers? Environment? School? Who is forming our children’s conscience?
5. Historically... Pernicious Environment Insidious Clandestine
6. Assault on Today’s Children Video GamesYour Child Violence in Media PornographyMaterialism Hedonism
7. Assault on Today’s Children Religious Indifference False Heroes Softness Divorce Alcoholism Moral Relativism Drug Addiction
8. LOGO Understand. Communicate.
9. ↑ Information but ↓ Knowledge
10. www.mannrentoy.com “Values” According to Modern Environment Killing is okay if for entertainment purposes only. Violent Video Games Violence in movies
11. “Values” According to Modern Environment Virginity is only for losers.
12. “Values” According to Modern Environment Suffering has to be avoided at all cost. Pleasure is supreme.
13. “Values” According to Modern Environment It’s okay to cheat, for as long as you don’t get caught.
14. McCann Erickson Youth Studies ... and the McCann Erickson Inter- generation Study... tell us that the 16.5 million Filipino “youth” below the age of 21 are “technocentric”: spending an inordinate amount of time in front of either the computer monitor or the TV set, surfing the Internet, text messaging or playing computer and video games.
15. LOGO Now more than ever, this work of formation is urgent and important.
16. Sense of Entitlement
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21. LOGO Understand. Be patient.
22. “Values” According to Modern Environment Rock Stars and Athletes are the role models and standards of excellence.
23. Family Influences on the Lifestyle of the Filipino Youth Grace T. Cruz, Elma P. Laguna and Corazon M. Raymundo ...those who view their parents to be more permissive are expected to eventually adopt a more liberal attitude and thus are more likely to engage in risk behaviors as well. * risky behaviors include smoking, drinking, drug use, commercial sex and pms.
24. Family Influences on the Lifestyle of the Filipino Youth Grace T. Cruz, Elma P. Laguna and Corazon M. Raymundo “... Adolescents who view their parents to have a stable marital union are less likely to engage in the 4 of the 5 risk behaviors (except commercial sex).” * risky behaviors include smoking, drinking, drug use, commercial sex and pms.
25. LOGO They have to learn love at home.
26. McCann Erickson Youth Studies of 2000 and 2005 ...This generation of Filipino youth looks primarily to celebrities as their role models.
27. McCann Erickson Youth Studies of 2000 and 2005 But even more alarming, the Inter-generation study showed that there is a severe loosening of moral values among adult Filipinos, and this is reflected in what young people consider right and wrong.
28. McCann Erickson Youth Studies of 2000 and 2005 As a consequence, about half of them do not consider as “wrong” such acts as casual sex, premarital sex, using a prostitute, getting drunk, gambling, hazing, abortion, homosexual relationships, and suicide.
29. LOGO Our greatest Legacy
30. Teach the great character strengths: •By your example •By your direction •By your verbal explanations
31. LOGO THEY HAVE TO LEARN LOVE from us
32. Perspective for Moms
33. LOGO Not easy. But worthwhile!
34. The greatest thing that the Father can do is to love his wife. Children will then learn LOVE at home.
35. LOGO Raise a Generation of Children with BiG HEARTS
36. LOGO IN THE END Parents HAVE TO BE THEIR HEROES!
37. A Father’s Love
38. Kohlberg’s Six Levels of Moral Development
39. Level I I don’t want to get into trouble.
40. Level 2 I want a reward.
41. Level 3 I want to please somebody.
42. Level 4 I follow the rules.
43. Level 5 I am considerate of other people.
44. Level 6 I have a personal code of behavior and I follow it.
45. Level 1: I don’t want to get in trouble. Level 2: I want a reward. Level 3: I want to please somebody. Level 4: I follow the rules. Level 5: I am considerate of other people. Level 6: I have a personal code of behavior and I follow it.
46. Very important to teach the children: delayed gratification!
47. Two-Marshmallow Kids
48. Modeling/Rug Project
49. Board Game Time
50. Jigsaw Puzzles
52. TOXIC vs NOURISHING
53. Poorly chosen words can stifle enthusiasm, dampen spirits, and be both offensive and hurtful. In short, they can poison the atmosphere. - Prof. Erwin Hall
54. THE DIRTY THIRTY
55. 1. Bragging 2. Swearing/Vulgar Words 3. Gossip 4. Angry Words 5. Lies 6. Hurtful Words 7. Judgemental Words
56. 8. Self-Pity Words 9. Discouraging Remarks 10. Embarrassing/Humiliating 11. Criticism/Fault-Finding 12. Complaining/Whining 13. Rude/Inconsiderate 14. Teasing
57. 15. Manipulation 16. Insincere Compliments/Flattery 17. Ethnic/Racial Slurs 18. Sexist Comments 19. Age-related Putdowns 20. Being Negative
58. 21. Threats 22. Arguing 23. Interrupting 24. Pasikatan 25. Being a know-it-all 26. Sarcasm 27. Yelling/Screaming
59. 28. Talking Down 29. Exaggerating 30. Blaming and Accusing
60. Clear the air with NOURISHING words.
61. Let’s make our homes and schools better places. We can start by banning all toxic verbal weapons. - L. Harry Goldman
62. The Thoughtful Thirty
63. 1. Give encouragement 2. Express Thanks 3. Acknowledge Others 4. Extend Greetings 5. Give a Compliment 6. Congratulate Someone 7. Teach, Give Instruction
64. 8. Offer Words of Comfort 9. Inspire Others 10. Celebrate and Cheer 11. Express Interest 12. Mend Relationships 13. Make Others Laugh 14. Show Faith & Trust
65. 15. Share Good News 16. Praise, Honor 17. Express Caring 18. Show Understanding 19. Give Approval 20. Extend an Invitation 21. Show Courtesy/Respect
66. 22. Give Helpful Advice 23. Apologize 24. Forgive 25. Offer to Help 26. Tell the Truth 27. Point out the Good
67. 28. Use Terms of Affection 29. Supply Needed Information 30. Communicate Love
68. My Father is a Liar
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71. LOGO by Mann Rentoy Character Formation: An Urgency at Home
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