What is upbringing?

  • (noun): Properties acquired during a person's formative years.
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Some articles on upbringing:

Clara Hale - Hale's Motivation
... can also be suggested that her faith in God and strong moral upbringing had a lot to do with the behavior that she displayed throughout her life ... that through her childhood she faced many hard times but it was due to her Christian upbringing that she was able to succeed ...
Parenting For Everyone - Brief Introduction To The Book Content - Book One: Man For Man
... Part 1 Goals of Upbringing The main goals of parenting is raising a free and happy man ... Upbringing must be unnoticeable, without "teaching" and moralizing ... The goal of upbringing isn't in teaching children, but in imparting in them a burning desire for happiness ...
Anna Garlin Spencer - Books - The Family and Its Members
... Democracy once relied heavily on the strong educational upbringing of children (once the women’s role) ... their families have to find a new balance to still have a strong child upbringing ... This solid upbringing will lead to a more beneficial society ...
Karl Rove - Early Years - Family, Upbringing, Early Education
... In 1965, his family moved to Salt Lake City, where Rove entered high school, becoming a skilled debater ... Rove described his high school years as "I was the complete nerd ...

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Famous quotes containing the word upbringing:

    A good upbringing means not that you won’t spill sauce on the tablecloth, but that you won’t notice it when someone else does.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)