Disciplining Your Child Disciplining is used to train or as a practice of teaching one to obey rules, laws or a code of behavior. With discipline it can also be the punishment to correct disobedience. Being a parent isn’t the easiest thing to do, in fact it’s one of the most difficult task. As parents we are not given a handbook that guides us to making the right decision with our children. How we decide to discipline our children may not always be the right or correct way in disciplining them. There
Disciplining Your Child vs. Child Abuse (Where the line is drawn) For many years, we as a society have discussed what to do and how to draw the line when it comes to disciplining a child. Many parents have different methods on how to discipline their child. Some parents resort to a physical method of discipline, where other parents may approach their children with a non-contact form of discipline such as verbal reprimand or grounding. We as a society have grown into different times, whereas physical
Disciplining a Child: Corporal Punishment vs Non-Corporal Punishment “You’re going to get it when we get home!” “Stop it, right now!” “Sit in the time-out chair for ten minutes until you can behave!” Phrases like these have been used by parents whether they believe in corporal punishment or non-corporal punishment. Children are ingenious at pushing their parent’s buttons, whether it is verbally or by inappropriate behaviors that they are encouraged not to do. Parents become frustrated, angry,
Nick Davis Language Arts Mr. Hance 22 October 2014 Disciplining Your Child The most relevant point to a childhood is the lifestyle, and parental guidance. It is the whole idea of nature versus nurture. How the parent controls and conducts his or her household plays a factor in how the child develops morals and values. One way for a child to gain moral support is for the parent to be good role model. It is essential for a solid foundation that children are disciplined to encourage acceptable
Abstract This essay will provide a discussion on the advantages and the disadvantages of disciplining children. The first part of the essay begins by elaborating on the disadvantages of disciplining children. These disadvantages include establishment of anxiety and fear, emotional fallout and rebellious behavior. The second part of the essay provides arguments on the advantages of disciplining children. Justification includes the advantages of, development of a child’s character, learning from the
Abstract This essay will examine the advantages and disadvantages of disciplining children. Firstly, it will consider the disadvantages of disciplining children in terms of injuries, children taking revenge and broken relationships. Equally, it will consider the advantages of disciplining children in terms of having more respectful children, appreciation and learning life lessons. Finally, the essay will conclude that disciplining children will eventually lead to a better society in the future.
today are getting arrested for simply disciplining a child. But, in older times disciplining a child set good moral standards and taught that child on what that child was supposed to do and what not to do. There is a fine line between abuse and discipline. So what is child abuse? Child abuse consists of any act of commission or omission that endangers or impairs a child’s physical or emotional health and development. Child abuse includes any damage done to a child which cannot be reasonably explained
you go to his room, console him, give him a chocolate bar and he gladly forgets the entire episode. You may wonder what is wrong with this scenario since it has a happy ending. Well, everything. Why parents use physical punishment as a means of disciplining? Now, like many other Indian parents, you too ask: So what? What is wrong in spanking or beating as long as it is done with good intentions? Using physical punishment to discipline children might not seem unusual, especially if you have been beaten
concrete answer or are having a difficult time trying to discipline their children. Many parents don’t even bother disciplining and some try but don’t succeed. You can verbally discipline them, or you can physically discipline them. Both are legal, but being too harsh or too soft can affect the outcome of how disciplined the child is. As seen in studies done in the past, disciplining your children at a young age can drastically benefit them as they get older, help them succeed in school and, make
the United States involving more than 6 million children. 1,640 children die as a result of child abuse, between four and five children a day. Many parents don't realize that their way of “disciplining” is actually considered abusing the child. Situation’s like this happen not just in the United States but everywhere and anywhere either by parents, daycares, school, etc. Discipline should never become child abuse. All parents discipline their children by teaching them appropriate ways to behave.