What Are The Main Values That You Were Taught?

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What were the main values that you were taught? The main values that I learned and were taught are respect and courtesy, obedience, being polite, responsibility, humility, manners, being friendly and caring, honesty, gratitude, dignity, generosity, forgiveness and compassion, perseverance, and love. Of course, this is only a small list of values because as you grow-up and become an adult you learn more and more values and you hope when you have children you instill good moral values in them and provide an environment so they grow up having a good character and being a good person.

Make a distinction between the explicit and implicit values you were taught/learned. How were you taught these values? Explicit is to fully express something
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As each brother and sister got married things were different in their families because most of them were both working and the roles changed overtime and were different for each family unit and some got divorced and remarried and their families would be diverse because of the children from different marriages and so …show more content…
When looking at helping people we need to have a “dual perspective, which is the ability to focus simultaneously on the attitudes, values, and customs of the larger society and the attitudes, values, and customs of the individual client or family we help and serve. In addition, doing this while being aware of the impact of our own values, attitudes, and customs will help us effectively relate to diverse clients, understand how they are impacted by the larger society, and at least partially view your client’s experiences from their point of view and not just our own” (Garthwait, 2014,

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