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Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Mon Oct 30, 2017 10:53 am
by Mr.Harry
Nice to be here with all of you today. And what do you think about me??? I know that there are many types of punishment, physical punishments or for example mental are the most popular nowadays. The main thing I should say that physical punishments are not for me and my children. I have never used physical punishments and I am sure that I will have never use it!!! I think that physical punishments can just destroy psychic ability of our children, exactly thanks to physical punishments our children become to be depressed and more angry than they are

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 10:52 pm
by Aaron365
I don't think that parents should punnish children for misbehaviour especially when they are very little. Punish for what? When children misbehave, they simply show that we don't understand them, don't understand their needs. And they start misbehave. I think we hould not punish our children, but we should try to understand them and to speak with them.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 10:04 pm
by Klaus1205
In my mind, there are lots of different punishments for the child. Physical punishments, mental influence, different bans (for example, child isn't allow to play computer games for a day), etc. All of them have own good sides and bad sides. As for me, I prefer mental influence cuz it's more relevant for my child. He is smart and understands my words.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 7:53 am
by Emmett
I think that the punishment shouldn't be physical. I think that for a little child the bigger punishment is the thing what he've done. I don't think that you should beat your child I think that you should talk with your child and explaine him what are the consequences from his actions.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 12:57 pm
by Lui
Good morning dear friends. I am so pleased to meet you here today again. And what about you. I know many parents who exactly use such methods in their upbringing and I think that it is just something horrible.. Especially for children.. I respect those guys who try to offend to bite or to clap their children.. It is really cruel, there are really more types of punishment you can use. But not exactly physical punishments I am exactly against it. I am sure that it can have many many bad results.. So don't use it

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 9:19 pm
by Timmy
Good afternoon dear visitors of this website. It is really good that we have such important questions to discuss. I think that punishments should be in the upbringing but to be honest I am against physical punishments because I am sure that it will not lead to some positive results or so on. Responsible and good parents never use physical punishments in their upbringing as methods. It is important to know that maybe forbidding some actions, I mean computer or TV watching would be rather better than physical upbringing. But I can not state because everyone has their own methods in upbringing.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:18 pm
by Ernest
Deprivation of parental love. Limitation of activity of the child. Emotional pressure. An appeal to the sense of guilt. Deprivation of rewards and benefits. Compulsion. Deferred conflict. Logical arguments and explanations. Only the first three methods of punishment are productive and give a positive response from the child. For optimal efficiency, you must follow a few rules in the punishment of the child. The punishment should be proportionate to the age and severity of the child's fault. Postpone the punishment - it means forming a child's anxiety, fear and depression - is a way to neurosis

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:48 pm
by Diego
it is not kind, it is really very violent and you do not know what it would lead to. i understand that sometimes children do not want to listen to the parents and d o really stupid things.
but you are the parents, and they shall do it , i think that you shall talk to them very much when you notice that the are dong something not really right.and i am sure that it would help you to improve the behavior of your child. i do not think that this way of punishment may really work, you would just spoil your relations with the child and that is it.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 1:07 pm
by Howard
Discipline is a way to teach your child appropriate behavior, not punish them. Depending on your child’s age, you will discipline them differently. When disciplining your child, start by setting some rules that your child clearly understands. When implementing discipline, be consistent and set rules that encourage your child to succeed. Affirm when your child does something right and encourage their best behavior. Regardless the age of your child, it’s important that they know the difference between appropriate behavior and inappropriate behavior. Let your child know what you expect of them by setting house rules. Your child should know what behaviors are off limits and what happens when they break a rule.

Re: Punishments for the child, their types and consequences

Posted: Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:36 am
by Max76
As a parent of little son. I must say that there are many types of punishment. And it is not wonder because we live in super modern society. But not all parents can choose the right way of punishment. I have really bad attitude towards those parents who use physical punishments too . I am against it for sure. Personally for me it is even cruel to clap my baby. I think that there are many others punishments you can use in your upbringing. For example serious talk or a little bit rising your voice tone