Golden Rule: Understanding The Consequences Of Parenting

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golden rule is very important consideration, since it the most frequently lost rule when dealing with children. We feel children are different from us in that sense. Praise should be focus and not phony when encouraging children. Children should be given choices that are age appropriate, to make them responsible and empower them with decision making abilities. Express your own feeling with I-messages and exercises related consequences instead of punishment. Use problem-solving to understand the child’s points of view and present your own. Apologize when you are wrong and the child is right to teach the child intrinsic meaning of saying sorry. Most importantly believe in the system and stay committed and consistent. Children need time and attention …show more content…
The behaviors children see at home acceptable to them, and in the future will be applied by them on others around them. Parenting style effect the child’s personality and characteristics and nurture ethical qualities and moral traits. They influence attitude, approach, feelings, thought and mind set to future situations, relationships and behavior. Even resilient children need caring adult-child relationship, if not at home then away from home. Adult-child relationships build self-confidence, self-control self-awareness, and self-esteem. When children are praised and encouraged, they performed well and become strong pillars of society, when children are criticized and punished, they perform badly and shun away from society and values. Parents need to respect the child’s intellectual abilities and privacy, so that they learn to dot the same for others. They need to understand that children have different temperaments and use related child rearing strategies to build better bonds and intellectual qualities. Adults are models for child behavior, and they present child with opportunities to learn almost every aspect of the child’s behavior and characteristics, which children reproduce as they grow older and understand more.

7. What is the most valuable thing you have learned in this class about the difference between punishment and discipline? (Score: 4)

I would like to highlight some of the valuable differences I have been able to identify in the two methods. “Most” valuable makes the definition and description restricting, and thus I am elaborating concisely. • Punishment is temporary, extrinsic, degrading to the child, controlling for the adult and places stress on adult-child

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