Punish or not punish the child. What actions can be right on the part of parents
Each parent wants to grow their children not only happy, but also good people, to instill in them the necessary qualities. Is it possible to teach appropriate behavior without punishment? This question is asked by many adults. Let’s try to understand.
The most common parental strategy is to buy or promise something in return for good behavior. In fact, this tactic is completely useless for education, and even harmful. While the child is small, it seems the simplest way to negotiate with him, since his requests and desires are still small: a new doll, sweets, a favorite cartoon. But with age, children grow, like their needs, and here moms and dads can face difficulties.
Therefore, the best way to influence the child is not to create the conditions you need me – I to you, but the formation of a good relationship.
Very often young moms and dads are afraid that their child will grow spoiled, will become uncontrollable. Many adults believe that the best method of vaccinating good manners and behavior will be punishment for misconduct. However, they are faced with the question – how to do it correctly, and can this be done? Psychologists say that punishment for something simply fixes in the understanding of children the fact of inadmissibility of such behavior, but does not teach how to do it.