Behavioral Definitions

1. The values of trustworthiness and honesty are not prioritized and modeled in the home.

2. Family members neither give nor expect respect as a basic human entitlement.

3. Personal biases overrule tolerance of diversity, community cooperation and support for the principles of justice and equality.

4. Failure to verbalize and demonstrate the principle of integrity results in the children's lack of appropriate conscience development.

5. Responsible behavior fails to develop in the children as a result of the parents' poor example and low expectations.

6. The child's egocentric attitudes and behavior restrict the expression of empathy, compassion, and kindness toward others.

7. The child tends to give up or take shortcuts when a task or goal becomes difficult to achieve.

8. The child is easily influenced or tempted to engage in behavior considered immoral, dishonest, or socially unacceptable.

9. Rules are bent or broken by the children when there is no eminent threat of a consequence.

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