Have you ever asked yourself, "Am I ethical?" Most of the time, the answer comes back as a resounding "Yes!" However, what do we do during those uncomfortable situations in which the answer is "No"?

Each of us defines "ethical" from our own point of view, but it's when we come up against someone else's definition of ethics that we can fall short. As adults, we can cope with, and certainly have faced, unethical chaos before. But what about those who come after us? Those less financially secure? What about our loved ones? What about the weak, sick and elderly? How can we better prepare their futures by supporting a healthy ethical environment?