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Positive Parenting: Raising helpful kids

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Teaching children to become helpful adults starts at the very beginning, research shows.

In a research project with 16-month-old babies, it was determined that watching an adult help someone made them more likely to help as well.

The researchers found that babies who didn't see an adult help someone, were less likely to lend a hand.

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