In short, there is a high risk of negative behavioural changes among those on the receiving end of corporal punishment. To conclude, corporal punishment should not be practised in any home as child abuse can happen, the wrong lessons can be taught and the child development can be hindered. It is understood that disciplining their children is a responsibility of every parent but corporal punishment is not the means to do so. Besides correcting misconduct appropriately, parents need to also show good example to their children, teaching them aggression is no solution to aggression. With this in mind, their well-being and development will not be jeopardized and a true model citizen can be moulded.
While many adults would argue that hitting people is wrong, spanking children continues to be used as an acceptable form of discipline. Many parents think spanking will teach children not to do things that are forbidden, stop them quickly when they are being irritating, and encourage them to do what they should. So what do children learn from being spanked? The hitting itself doesn’t teach them anything. How contradictory is it for you to say that your child cannot hit or hurt anyone else—but that you can hurt him whenever you think it's appropriate?
﻿“Can parenting or child rearing be non-punitive?” Is one of the most common questions that parents ask. If spanking is so effective, why do most people have such an uneasy feeling about it? Some how we cannot silence our inner doubts about the long term effects of physical punishment. We are a little embarrassed by the use of force and we keep saying to ourselves, “”here ought to be a better way of rearing children.” Another reason is, within ourselves, no one wants to be hit. While hitting releases anger and frustration, and might work in the short-term, what parents really want is for children to be self controlled and disciplined.
However, I think the Christian concept of forgiving is indeed a double-edged sword rather than a paradox in child abuse issue. In other words, it could either offer spiritual support or it could worsen the victim’s e... ... middle of paper ... ... in extreme context like child sexual abuse, but also in everyday life. The most harmful effect is “the tendency of children to ‘believe, without question, whatever your grown-ups tell you’”. Indoctrination of religion is the kind of education that does not teach children to question but to believe. What is worse is that the rationality and validity of many religious concepts that kids are indoctrinated with still remain controversial.
These and other abusers have no idea what kind of suffering they have inflicted on these young children. Social-working organizations are performing the noble role by helping these young children find environments to live safely in, however, some of these organizations are going about doing this the wrong way. Their job is not to teach or help the abused children discover or believe in religion, but it is to help the children get to a better state of physical and mental health. Why make the religiously abused children suffer by triggering memories of their horrifying and belittling experiences? I believe religion should be completely banned from social work to prevent further damage to the intellects of religiously abused children.
Education breeds acceptance and by teaching kids to accept that people have different religious beliefs, it should help limit and reduce violent hate crimes based on religion. It will also help to prevent these hate crimes that stem from fear of a certain religious group because the educated children will grow up with an understanding that one individual is not a complete representative of an entire group. Another way to resolve these crimes is by explaining that one religion is not better than another and that while religion is important it should not be used to control people. Religion is supposed to be a way to explain the unknown, not a way to control people
Parents think that this was the way they were brought up their children and that it didn’t cause any harm to them. Although physical punishment causes many harmful effects on children, but very few parents would agree with using punishment as a way of dealing with educational problems in their children. They thoughts that a child may learn to fear punishment, rather than understand why he should follow rules, as a result they grow up with many problems will affect they life.. In addition, they still believe that physical punishment is a effective and quick to deal with certain misbehavior of children at certain a... ... middle of paper ... ... are the base of the future of the society, and the successful society needs confident generation with no mental or psychological problems, so physical punishment should be banned from the society traditions to protect the children rights. All parents should have knowledge about the harms caused by the physical punishment.
I personally do not advocate spanking. I could not imagine losing my temper to a point where I thought I needed to spank my child. While I do anticipate that having children will be a real test of patience, I do not expect that I will lose my patience so much that I will spank my children. I find spanking to be a real contradiction to what most parents tell their children. Most parents do not allow their children to hit, whether they are angry or not.
Evangelical families tend to be warm and supportive of one another. It is the parents’ responsibility for their children to be saved and to grow up with this philosophy. If this action is not done, the parents will be separated from the child at the rapture. No conversions can happen after this event. With several people believing that the rapture is true, the threat of the shame and humiliation from not being nurturing to their children and therefore, not being able to be with the children in some sort of afterlife acts as a purification technique to prevent that from happening.
Many Christians agree that Christianity needs to train immature brains to survive in future generations. If they accept it, what can they say about their famous claim that god exists and he controls everything? Well, that is another topic to be discussed and I will not consider it worthy to disagree someone’s beliefs since I respect the right to think what you want and to not impose the truth. So must they quit indoctrinating children, leaving them free to think what they want after being enough educated and matured.