Spanking can be effective when a child is not listening to a parent. If a child isn’t following proper rules and disregarding their parents’ statement, then a spanking can enforce a form of respect that the child has to follow (Jasmine, 2015). It can be an awakening to reality as the child could now think of how their actions are deviant. Parents that don’t resolve to spanking as the first and only method of discipline is essential for both the parents and the child. I believe a parent should always try to enforce rules by talking and showing examples of how deviant actions are frowned upon.
The disadvantages of using this REBT approach is that a serious problem can arise when the child gets upset with the behavior of important adult figures in their life (as they most often do), and this gets misconstrued by the therapist (Diguiseppe & Bernard, 2006). It could lead to more harm than good for the child if the therapist decides to go the disputational route, ignoring the fact that the data supports the child’s perspective and the elegant solution is a better alternative to treatment (Diguiseppe & Bernard, 2006). Many therapists tend to do this because they believe that a child’s realization of their parents being uncaring, unfair, or disturbed may cause more emotional distress than they can handle (Diguiseppe & Bernard, 2006). Let’s suppose a child is confronted with such an unfortunate reality of an unloving parent. The therapist decides to pursue an empirical strategy and tries to relabel the parent’s behavior as caring, and convince the child that the parent really does care.
The guardian sees the trouble in child rearing and sees a few decisions their youngster needs to make that they wished they had another opportunity to. Kingsolver exposes to us that people continue changing and truth is the greater part of it is from the gang. 11. In "Somebody’s Baby" Kingsolver escapes to the thought of youngsters being prized belonging that must be taught in the right way. Barbara demonstrates to us the significance in guiding kids and how it turns out to be second nature to show them things.
Another emotional persuasion method Gladwell uses to incorporate the audience’s concerns is his reoccurring use of children focused evidence. Children are viewed as pure and full of potential, they are the future, so when he gives testimonies that their finical status already limits one child at such a young age concerns his audience because of the lost potential. Moreover, society has this belief that children have the right to be nurtured, especially in the United States, so Gladwell focuses on displaying the lack of care from the community for these children taps into the audience’s concern and desire for
Irony: The notion of child safety experts restricting the imaginations of children is ironic. Limiting a child’s imagination is just as unsafe and dangerous, if not more so. Preventing a kid from wandering their mind is detrimental to their wellbeing and could ruin their overall childhood experience. Imagination is a powerful tool that is vital for a child’s development and
Self-dependency: Parents and therapist should focus on helping the adolescent learn how to direct his own care, providing both realistic goals and a sense of control. Young people with disabilities that have been to special schools and other segregated settings are at a disadvantage when establishing friendships and contacts in the able-bodied world. They have often not learned the social skills and techniques that are accepted, and peculiar mannerisms and childish behaviour that may have been tolerated in the segregated settings can no longer be so. Professionals concerned with young adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities must push hard to teach the young people how to become their own advocate on their behalf if necessary. There is no point in pouring therapeutic services into children with cerebral palsy if it is to lead to an environmentally impoverished and isolated adulthood.
He discusses a common belief that students are incapable of self-regulation and thus need constant positive or negative reinforcement. "A common assumption in the discourse of classroom management/control is that young people require behavioral control through active adult surveillance, regulation, and intervention" (Wegwert 2014, p. 139). Wegwert then cites the use of rewards and punishments is ineffective, despite its prevalence. The sources and research he references aids the argument against the assumption of classroom control. Wegwert concludes the section with personal advice: “Words matter and it can be very powerful to use language as a strategy to re-frame unquestioned assumptions and introduce new strategies” (Wegwert, 2014, p 139).
“The idea of screening therefore is to prevent, not to cure” (Durojaiye, 2016). In the long run, when doing mental health screenings, they are testing so that mental illnesses can be caught before harm is done to students. Kids take screenings to heart and feel that it’s the end of the world to have a screening done. This can connect back to the paragraph about when it states “I have witnessed from my own screenings that it embarrass kids and teens that may have an illness” (Diller, 2016). Embarrassing and feeling less about themselves go hand in hand as it makes a person feel the same, or less about themselves and the common goal is to improve their
Anger and sadness are part them. Research shows that being able to accept these emotions and acknowledging the complexity of life is crucial to your well being. To grow as a person you must face life’s adversities such as feelings of sadness. The main reason we have emotions is to help us understand and evaluate our experiences. At a young age, we try to push out and avoid the emotions we think are negative.
But, that encourages my next point about parents. Since it is your parent’s personality, they should see you going in the defective path. If you are slacking in school or at home; they should correct you and tell you not to be like them and to excel and adjust your performance. Not only should they just talk to you, they should fix their personalities also. For example, maybe they are always late to work or they curse too much, though these are negligible traits, they demonstrate an misguides on the child ,who will start to think this behavior is acceptable and start to pick up on it.