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I often wonder how to cultivate a sense of generosity and giving in my toddler daughter. How do I talk about the gifts of giving our time and resources and money to others?

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Recent study suggests that children of religious families are less altruistic, more punitive

The controversial claim from a new study is that children from religious backgrounds are less willing to share with others and are more judgmental when confronted with people demonstrating anti-social behavior.

The study was conducted among children from seven different countries and many backgrounds, although statistically only Christian, Muslim, and non-religious were considered large enough samples to derive results from; interestingly, the study methods don’t seem to have been adapted to different cultural contexts or conditions, with the same test being applied […]

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