What Are The Difference Between Right And Wrong?

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A child’s behavior might be either good or bad, and learning how to behave starts in the child’s household. Many children mistreat their parents, because the children believe they are in charge therefore causing the children to think that they don’t have to follow any rules. Without rules children don’t have guidelines to follow and don’t know the difference between right and wrong. Parents try to teach discipline by spanking their child, but nowadays people consider spanking cruel and unusual punishment. Children should learn how to overcome tough situations not only to learn how to handle pain, but also to learn how to be successful. Parents should not get into trouble with the law for appropriately spanking their child for disciplinary…show more content…
Every decision a person makes has a consequence that goes with it; depending on the decision the consequence can either be good or bad. Parents that have spanked their child have prepared their child to make better decisions than the parents who have not spanked their child. Jim Taylor (2009), stated that “Decision making is one of the most important skills your children need to develop to become healthy and mature adults. Decision making is crucial because the decisions your children make dictate the path that their lives take.” The more good decisions an individual makes the higher self-esteem (confidence in one’s own worth or abilities) the individual will have, and if the person makes a bad decision, they can learn from the experience and make a better decision in the future. While people have a better self-image about themselves, people become more self-reliant. People who have self-reliance are more responsible not only because they depend on themselves, but also because they provide for themselves. By not depending on other people, an individual has a better work ethic. Many people depend on others, but the ones who don’t will have more

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