Which type of punishment is good for childrens?
12 Jul 08
I also agree with you. Punishment must not be inflicted on children. A good approach must be opted to children. That is, parents must know how to talk to the children and make the children realize the consequences of their actions. This will create an awareness for the children and will help them understand their actions and their related effects.
11 Jul 08
hmm i have strong views on this subject.. If a child is violent, bullying you do not punish by doing the same back.. Because what example are you giving to that child by being violent back with harsh punishment.. It only make the it worse.. its better to take a privilege away, we need to think in the home life also.. smacking and so on what will that teach children? that as adults its ok to hurt another? And that is what happens, they grow up believing that only way to make someone obey is by hurting.. when we think very small child.. They have a dolly. you see the child smacking it hard saying you bad girl, in play.. and it can be quite frightening to see.. Not good not good..
26 Feb 07
I think it has varying degrees of punishment. I watched this show called Nanny and from there, you could see the various problems most parents encounter with their children and the corresponding punishment in every situation. For me, I dont believe in spanking my kid. I always use the "face the wall" method. In any case, i always tell her why is she being punished. At the end of it all, she knows that I am only doing this for her own good.