discipline

@vanities (11351)
Davao, Philippines
December 16, 2006 4:41am CST
he who spares his rod hates his son, but he who loves him discipline him promptly..any opnion??
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8 responses
@shiboleth (270)
• Canada
23 Dec 06
I agree. Childrn need a firm hand and those who let them run wild are not doing them a favour, but setting them up for grief and heartache in life. My children are disciplined and they are healthy and happy and life correct and proper lives. I know they will make me proud of them because they have been raised properly.
@loise19 (214)
• Philippines
23 Dec 06
me too, i hve seldom spanked my kids..
@dhaeo_09 (1007)
• Philippines
23 Dec 06
discipline - Discipline without whips and ties.
In any kind of relationship, Love is the key to it.
• Singapore
21 Dec 06
Yeah i think " but he who loves him discipline him promptly.." is correct.
@kalav56 (11503)
• India
21 Dec 06
sorry i disagree. in these days, 'he who spares the rod and just reasons with the child makes the son love him'. --and the love is mutual. discipline can be inculcated in a kind but firm way. Throw away the rod please!
@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
21 Dec 06
Loving is Not Enough - We need to teach our children and there are many books that give you tools if you were taught none by your parents.
Sparing the rod, which means lacking in any form of discipline does equate with selfishness on the parents part. Rules are there for all of us and the good parent instills the knowledge of right and wrong and that takes different forms for different children.
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
17 Dec 06
It's true, children need guidance through disciplines.
@vikceo (1301)
• India
16 Dec 06
yes this is not the way to keep discipline