What do you think are the punishments for children who are bullies?
Bullying is not a good behavior and a good behavior starts at home. Parents has the responsibility to make sure that children respect other people.
What do you think are the appropriate punishments for children who bully their classmates, teachers or elderly.
I don't think in today's world that punishment is the right word. I totally agree with your concept of respect. In fact it shouldn't be a concept, it should be an expected normality.
I think the old version of crime and punishment has proved not to work. I think, while punishment has its place, today it is more about attitude change.
When it comes to children, I think it is best to seek the advice of behavioural experts,
by Jill Kostowskie 7 years ago
Let me start by saying I have 2 children of my own, a girl age 9 and a boy age 6, my fiance has a boy age 9, and togethter we have a 2 1/2 year old. We find ourselves at odds alot of the time about punishments with the children. I try to keep it fair but no one is perfect. But I...
by Clayton Hartford 4 years ago
Should spanking be an option?As a parent of a 2 1/2 year old boy, should spanking be a form of punishment? My wife says in only extreme cases, such as if he runs out the door and into the parking lot. But I say pretty much any time he doesn't listen and ignores 1-2 warnings, then a...
by gmcmeee 7 years ago
I desperately need advice on how to deal with my 2 1/2 year old daughter's behavior. I also have...an 18 mo. old daughter and a five month old baby girl. My 2 year old seems to have serious anger issues. I know she is smart and understands much of what's being said, but she still won't say but a...
by Diane Inside 8 years ago
I don't have children, but it seems to me that there are a lot more brats out there these days. Nieces and Nephews included. But parents don't believe in corporal punishment anymore. I remember getting whipped for bad behavior and I fully deserved it more times than I care to admit, but I never...
by Anuththara Ekeli 21 months ago
How to change perceptions in parents so that physical punishment is seen as socially unacceptable?
by Philip Cooper 5 years ago
Do you agree that the best form of discipline for kids is fear?Since I was a child I have seen discipline in schools and children's respect for their parents diminish over time. In many schools the children are rude to their teachers, answer back and don't listen because there are never any...
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