1. This is something that can only be learned via experience. Don't criticise illegal immigrants at every turn and then wonder why your child won't play with a Latino kid.
2. Please, for the love of God, refrain from using the term "boys will be boys" in any situation. Prepare to have issues later with teens who don't comprehend limits if you want to do so.
3. As if you were scolding a dog who peed in your shoe, don't criticise someone who serves your food or looks after your automobile. I'm not sure where Johnny got the idea that he could talk to the waitress like way.
4. When your children are there, act like an adult. The same goes for being really intoxicated or making/laughing at jokes that are made at the cost of someone else, present or absent. Please, Daddy, don't slap Mommy. Don't call Daddy a loser, Mommy. It's simple to teach a youngster to be kind.
5. The majority of what young children learning comes from what they observe and what you teach them. They will learn to be kind to others if you are. Tell them the significance of kindness in a practical approach rather than a metaphysical way, and they will comprehend. They will model their conduct after yours if you are kind.