Spanking helps prevent them from doing something regrettable later in life. My father once told his friend that if I have to spank my child in order to discipline them and make them understand right from wrong I do by any mean because that’s what parents are for. The most embarrassing thing for a parent and for the child is for the authority to have to discipline your child for
They often plead that corporal punishment can show dominance, correct behavior, and that all children are different. Corporal punishment does display an aggressive form of dominance: but on the other hand, a child may revert to bullying other children to display dominance and also have high aggression levels and low patience. Similarly, physical discipline has never been scientifically proven to correct bad behavior long-term. Corporal punishment may fix an issue short-term, but eventually the child will do it again and spanking or hitting them will not fix the issue, rather they must address the issue in a calm manner and discuss with a child why what they have done is wrong. Given, all children are unique and react differently to a variety of different forms of discipline: corporally punishing a child has never been useful and a multitude of tests have been done on different children.
Before you choose if it 's OK to hit your kid, look at the potential outcomes of physical punishment. In some cases guardians hit their kids out of franticness. At the point when kids every now and again act mischievously guardians may feel they are pushed beyond their limits and aren 't sure what else to do. Frequently they will state, nothing else appears to work. Without a reliable teaches methodology, it might have a craving for spanking is the best alternative.
In this paper, I will argue and show parents how spanking and physically disciplining our children can have negative and detrimental consequences because it causes psychological damage, a lack of trust between child and parent, and when it is not done in the right mind set it can lead to more serious matters such as child abuse. “In 2012, a national survey showed more than half of women and three-quarters of men in the United States believe a child sometimes needs a "good hard spanking. "” Some may argue that spanking helps the child realize that their behavior is wrong and needs to be fixed, when parents discipline physically it might be a quick fix to stop the behavior, but as time goes on it does not only harm them physically but mentally and socially. While I agree that when a child’s behavior is wrong, we need to help them fix it, but I disagree that it should be done by physical punishment. Studies show that when kids are spanked or physically punished they tend to act out in the same way and choose to be aggressive like their parents.
From my own personal experiences, some unruly children only respect a firm spanking with the law prohibiting this practice of parenting it can cause children to go down the wrong path because they don’t have the proper respect for their parents which is where children are supposed to learn respect for an authoritative figure. As the snippet of the comment from Allison, 2014 would suggest it is necessary to spank a child this is evident when the text states “Many of the parenting books that dismissed spanking as wrong pushed that a parent should reason with a child. However, science has proven that due to brain development, it is impossible to reason with a four-year-old. A four-year-old is still developing the concept of cause-and-effect and the beginnings of understanding empathy. Only discipline, causing pain to the four-year-old (and by pain, I do not necessarily mean physical pain) teaches him/her what is allowed.” This comment backs what I stated about a child learning to respect authority.
As the factors of tantrums among children had been identified, it is easier to find the solution to this problem. However, it should be agreed that the solutions vary for each children. Some parents might have their own theory’s preference to explain their children’s behaviour thus, will always look to the theory for guidance (Mah, 2008). The biggest mistakes that parents do when their children were to throw tantrums are the parents would tend to give up and to the most extent, punish them (Wallace, 2017). According to Daniels et al (2011), the best solution for tantrums is to prevent it.
Life is filled with a mountain of complicated decisions that can shape people’s lives for either the better or the worse. Children are told the importance of standing out from their peers and to be themselves, yet children tend to assimilate to their peers’ ideas, customs, and behaviors. Some argue that assimilation is outgrown by those children as they approach adulthood, but sadly, that is not the case. The 1994 classic film “Quiz Show,” follows the journey of different players deciding to be unlawful and “follow the money,” or to stick by their core virtues. Peer pressure and the desire for power can sway any person’s judgement, but it is up to him to decide if he should keep up the lie, or ultimately tell the truth.
Child abuse is, thus, the outcome of having cultured or experienced dysfunctional childcare practices, or not having learned these practices. For instance, someone may have violent behavior because he or she has learned it from other aggressive role models, thus they will rely on such ways to discipline their own children as punishment. Though this is theory takes into accounts the importance of the development of an adult, it could not explain why although boys and girls are likely to be abused, still men are mostly represented among the offenders. It could not suffer any abuse become abuser (CORBY, 1993; 2000; BROUGHAM, 1997; BROWNE, 1995; DEACON AND GOCKE,
That lesson, which is the most important lesson that Atticus instills in his children, is to look at people’s actions and intentions because what is heard about people and what meets the eye is not always the truth and because the characteristics that define people are their behaviors and their actions. Things that people might see you as is not necessarily always the truth. Atticus teaches his kids when he says “I wanted you to see what real courage is, instead
We still believe the myth that our “cherry” can be “popped” oh and speaking of, we still feel ashamed of saying the V word – vagina, and well, other related medical terms. We still find the idea of providing students with comprehensive sex ed a ridiculous one. Okay, now that I almost got to the point of my speech, I want to say for the record that remembering all these events was hard. But do you know what else is hard? Living in a sexualized society that exposes children at an early age to messages about sexuality that normalize and perpetuate ignorance and wrong information in regards to sex yet refuses to incorporate sex ed into our curriculum.