Helping children (3-6 years old) develop self control


Increasing children's self control has a profound impact on their lives as adults, as seen in the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health & Development Study. It  found that "independent of social class, race and intelligence, children with lower self control ended up  as adults more likely  to have   lower education and lower paying jobs, and more likely to commit crimes, have drug and alcohol problems and be single parents.”