Spanking, frankly doesn’t resolve the problem of kids lashing out. Sometimes it makes them wilder then they already are. This is not only harmful for kids but it’s also emotionally drain on parents. Ways of resolve this problem of parents using spanking as a method of disciplining a child is having parents communicate with their child. Communication is the key to resolving your problems without violence.
Within the story there are many themes that can be interpreted; Two of which are that a parents love for their children may end up spoiling them therefore making them unappreciative, and that the more dependant society becomes towards technology the more potentially harmful it may become. The theme that a parent’s love for their children may make them spoiled and unappreciative is displayed many times throughout the short story. When the mother of the family says to the father “We’ve given the children everything they ever wanted. This is our reward – secrecy, disobedience?” (Pg.32) the parents in the family are reminiscing about how they bought their kids “the nursery” and how now the kids are now lying to them about what they are doing in it. If the parents of the family taught their kids respect and discipline instead of buying them whatever they wanted to keep them happy the kids could be much more appreciative when the got something such as “the nursery” and would not abuse what their parents give them.
Directly following the first encounter with a bully he turns and retaliated the only way he can think of, threatening to bomb his high school’s football team. The following year his depression and anger began to accelerate. He begins to think even more morbid and become increasingly depressed. Schools have a history of thinking that putting zero tolerance policies and having metal detectors in their entrances make the schools safer. But this causes the students to hide their feelings, and causes a lot of the bullies students to hide their increasingly depressive and angry feelings and as it already well known, people who mask their true feelings can do more harm than good.
You see many shows like Super Nanny were kids walk all over the parents, because they know that all they get is a time out. Parents have to deal with a lot from their kids that they shouldn't have to take over and over. Parents try and take things from their kids, but it turns out that the kids cause more problems because their bored without it. Kids do things that they shouldn't and parents tell them they can’t do that by giving them a light spank on the butt. The parents show that their not going to allow the child goofing off and they will be listened to.
For kids, playing sports should be a time of fun, a way to build social skills and promote healthy self-esteem. Unfortunately, these simple concepts can be lost in the wake of parental pressure to succeed and be the best. This paper will discuss different effects that parental pressure can have on children athletes such as burnout, anxiety and expectations and injury. No parent signs their kids up to play sports with the hope that their child will one day hate the chosen sport. They sign them up with the expectations that their child will have fun, learn to be socially skilled or have a healthier childhood.
Parents are busy making fortune and they are either too busy or quite tired to interact with their kid. They want to replace their presence through material aspect and here lies the real danger. The teens who are not related with the syphilis outbreak or are even aware of it allow the investigator to delve into their own dark world where there are everyday new rules for dating and sex. And children of age group of twelve or thirteen are even the victim of this social malice and in fact are the worst affected
Also how he has no respect for Roselyn. T rays insecurities show when he always make Lilly feel guilty abut her mom leaving and shooting her, even though he inflicted that on the house hold. CD. Lilly wasn't ever happy, and had this guilty lingering about her mother. She thought that herself was the problem, which made T rye aggressive and it was her fault not T-rays.
Atticus’s lawsuit seems to isolate his children and Scout is taunted with remarks in the playground. Her only retort is violence and Atticus, as an virtuous father, does not condone this behavior either: "My fists were clenched I was ready to make fly. Cecil Jacobs had announced the day before that Scout Finch's daddy defended niggers." Atticus's battle for justice causes more problems for Scout. She continues to face a volley of harsh words and as always got to make efforts to defend her father for his decisions but the racist remarks do not stop.
Due to his lack of participation in sports (something that will attract the girls) he felt alone. Boys have to compete in sports or in virtual computer games to feel powerful and on top. Ms. Walker asserts that “[her] son was being primed for war; [he] was being prepared to pick up a gun.” She argues that the world is trying to instill the belief that a man must “abandon one’s own desires [in order] to compete.” Her article is very stereotypical, focusing only on the ways pre- adolescent boys feel out casted. Rebecca Walker’s argument is questionable because no facts are stated, meaning no credibility, only her opinion. And not all boys that don’t play sports or video games feel left out.
It teaches that violence is acceptable (Leong). When a mother and/or father use bodily punishment on their children with the intention of getting them to listen, the child then believes it’s okay to hit to get what they want. Giving someone a big SMACK just because they don’t do what you want is ridiculous. Parents should