Josh asks "What is the right age to teach children the people skills they will need when they enter the workforce and how do I do this?"
As children enter adolescence, they begin to relate to the world differently. Relationships with peers often become more influential than relationships with adults as they seek to become individuals.
While parents should always seek to help their children interact with others effectively, attention to interpersonal skills is especially important between the ages of 12 and 17.
Sadly, the skills to relate well to others are often left to chance.
Tune in tomorrow for tips on helping children acquire these skills.
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