Consistency is the key to establishing rules. “Whatever the age of your child, it's important to be consistent when it comes to discipline. If parents don't stick to the rules and consequences they set up, their kids aren't likely to either.” (Reviewed by: Jennifer Shroff Pendley, 2011) This works for both punishment and rewards. If a child knows that there are rewards for being good they will often seek those rewards. When it comes to disciplining your children you will find that children differ and what works with one child may not work with another.
Parents who abuse their kids were abused and had a poor upbringing. Nowadays with technology and researches found, they could help change and also teach their kids to avoid the same mistakes when they grow up. As the child grows, parents can set limits instead of violence. Fact is that when kids behave out of the normal, it is not to make parents angry but because they are in need of attention. We all know that parents’ the first reaction is to lose it, so instead of punching, parents can try time outs until the child comprehends why he or she is being punished.
Typically a parent would not endure in such actions, but it varies from parent to parent. When left with the situation of discipling their kids, some parents feel guilty for taking measures into their own hands, and other parents feel no remorse. The whole purpose of discipline on children is to set them in place. By that I mean to help guide the child down the right path to a prosperous life and responsible adult. If it means physical or verbal discipline, then it is all for the greater good.
Actions speak louder than the voice. This means that you should put in practice all the things that you are telling to the child because this will make more of an impact on them. Parents should be the role models of their child, so they should act in the way that they are expecting their children to act. Rewarding the good behavior of the child does not mean that you will give him something materialistic like cookies or toys every time they follow an instruc... ... middle of paper ... ...ld tends to be more spoiled because he/she is able to have more access to material things. The parents should teach their children that not everything is about the money and that they have to work hard to be successful in life.
Parents better hope that their children are expose to people who will boost his/her self-esteem. A child’s self-esteem does affect their development. If a child doesn’t feel confident, he/she won't be as likely to go out of your comfort zone and try new things, therefore they won't be "developing”. After all, not only parents but also peers and teachers and so forth can contribute to the kid's
That’s why morals are a big part of childhood. What we need to be taught is respect. Respect is major idea that needs to be carefully grown and cared for in children. If a child doesn’t have respect for people then they will not be able to get a job, and if they do, they won’t respect what they have and will lose it. If they don’t have respect for school then they are sure to drop out because they feel they can do without, not knowing the benefits of teaching and learning.
Thus, they will do things they aren’t supposed to do. However, if a child disobeys their parent’s rules, then the parents did not teach their child right enough; it is bad parenting on their part. If a child is raised right enough they will be able to recognize the right from the wrong. Children should be able to make the right decisions when outside the household where the parent will not be there to censor their child’s media. Every child needs to learn how to respect and obey the rules.
Instilling a Child's Values Some people think that a child learns only by what his or her parents teach them, while others believe that a child is born with a set of values. In actuality, a child's values are mostly determined by the things they are taught by their parents. As parents, couples have many responsibilities toward their child; the most important responsibility is teaching them good values and judgement. A parent should behave as though they would want their child to behave, give them justifiable discipline, and, at the same time, let the child be their own person. As a child is growing up, he spends a very large part of his life with his parents.
Discipline is one of the basic things a child learns from his parents before he or she faces the outside world to learn more about life as a whole. Teaching this trait can depend on how the parent shows it to their child and how they explain the importance of having this trait both in and out of their homes. Misbehaving children cannot be avoided as they are curious little beings and they have a tendency to explore. But there are some parents, even teachers, who do not tolerate misbehaving and they resort to corporal punishments such as spanking to make sure the child never forgets how painful it is to misbehave as they will remember the punishment entailed to it and become more disciplined. However, not all children would understand the logic of the parent and the results may not go in favor of the parents.
As a parent, you are your child’s number one fan, parents have to be there to support the child not be against them. It is not pushing your child away by trying to make them believe in the same things as the parent and not being too strict. Making mistakes is part of figuring out how to be a parent. So don’t worry everyone makes mistakes, just correct the mistakes before it harms the