His right to have his confidence kept when he has given it in good faith.
His right to his personal pride in being given common courtesy.
His right to have his questions and opinions treated seriously.
His right to reasonable freedom in the selection of his friends.
His right to his own possessions.
His right to physical and mental privacy.
His right to have his choice respected when he has been asked to
His right to a promise being kept.
His right to share in family joys and sorrows.
His right to firm guidance in matters in which he is too
inexperienced to decide for himself.