It's hard enough as an adult to determine the difference between the things you need and the things you want. When you're a child, making the distinction is even harder, says child psychologist Dr. Dan Kindlon. Jean talks to Dr. Kindlon about how to raise your child to know the difference between needs and wants, and to grow into a young adult who contributes to society and feels they can make a difference.
Dr. Kindlon says parents who give their kids "TLC"—time, limits and caring—will automatically pass on their values to their children. Here are Dr. Kindlon's suggestions for how to help children make the proper choices: