Most of our values, beliefs and of course behavior we bring from home. Of course our parents cannot teach us everything, but they can teach us certain rules and values we should respect once we grow up.
When it comes to family values, they are usually passed down from previous generations, and they can define us in a certain way.
The most popular family values are: social, religious, moral, political values, etc.
When it comes to social values, we usually think about freedom, peace, justice, equality and those are the things that can enhance our society.
Our parents are trying to teach us how to stand up for ourselves, but on the other hand don’t hurt anyone else.
They also want to teach us that everyone has the same rights, and that we shouldn’t judge anyone by appearance, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc.
When it comes to religion, if your parents believe in God, they will try to live by those rules. Still if you have parents who don’t believe in God, so it is extremely important for them to teach you to respect others who do and of course other religions.
Parents who are believers, usually tend to teach their kids to be modest, to be compassionate and to be kind to others and of course to forgive.
When it comes to moral values, it is completely individual, and usually every person has a different perspective of it.
What most of us learn from our parents is that we should be brave and persistent, honest and kind to others and to always work hard and to aim high.
Moral values are one of the most important values anyone can implant on us, especially someone as important as our parents.