Don’t Just Discipline Children

“Family, why is the little one crying? Did they hit him again?” the mother asked. This coup deed has been constant. The mother also punished the elderly family by withholding her allowance for three days. Still, it seemed like she hadn’t learned any tasks as the older family continued to mock the younger one.

Incidents of children misbehaving are common in seminaries and at home. Children who don’t do their homework, don’t follow the rules, or refuse to study at home often get into fights with their siblings, etc.

With these children, parents or guardians occasionally resort to discipline as a temporary measure to stop their exploits.

Still, it is not easy to administer corrections to children. Misapplied corrections will not have a gruesome effect. Additionally, if you discipline every time a child makes a mistake, instead of making him or her literate, the child may become more recalcitrant.

Before administering discipline, parents or tutors should consider certain effects, including

First, consider the fate of the given discipline. For example, if a child does not do his homework, assess whether it is due to laziness or because he does not have the optimal conditions to study.

Alternatively, talk to the child about what led them to make the product wrong. The child may have her reasons for carrying out a wrong pregnancy. Explaining why their gesture is incorrect will help them understand their miscalculations better than physical or brain discipline.

Third, discipline can damage a child’s attitude, especially if it is administered in front of her peers. It can lead to helpless passions, especially if they previously had other problems.

Teasing from your peers can worsen your brain condition. The child may become less sociable, embarrassed, fearful, and withdrawn.

Fourth, reprimand without using bad words or cuts. Children who are constantly scolded, especially with harsh words, often have difficulty controlling themselves in social situations with their peers.

Fifth, explain your mistake, ask about your problems and also look for results instead of resorting to excessive worries.

Sixth, avoid excessive discipline for minor offenses. Discussion is an elegant way to express to children our perspectives on what to do and what not to do.

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Oleh Sinta

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