The Keys to Healthy Relationships and Marriage
Most of us go through life making decisions and walking through situations without really understanding why we do the things we do or who we really are. One aspect of knowing who you are is knowing what you believe. Knowing your morals and values are key to your growth and development because they govern your behavior.
Morals: Principles of what is right or wrong in human conduct.
Example: It is morally wrong to steal.
Values: Standards and principles considered valuable or important in life.
Example: It is very important to get a good education.
Morals and values determine what you judge as right or wrong. These principles have a way of shaping the person that you become. They represent invisible road marks and barricades that direct you along certain paths while blocking you from walking down others. If you do not know what you believe or why you believe it, you will most likely fail to remain true to those beliefs when challenging circumstances come your way. As you go through the exercises that follow, you will be asked not only to identify your morals and values, but also to put them to the test in hypothetical situations.
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