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.
In United States, spanks by parents have caused lots of critical situations that calls for attention. Children spanking is not the best way to discipline a child as it has resulted in a situation where children are being violent. It has led to children being afraid of their parents and unable to disclose personal needs and challenges they encounter to them, which is not a connection of love between parents and children. Children spanking has also lowered their self-esteem and encourage them in doing worse things. For all these reasons, I fiercely support the topic that "Children should not be spanked in order to discipline them for a negative behavior".
Most opinions still lean toward spanking being a form of abuse and that spanking a child is totally unacceptable because striking a young child will not actually teach them to be good. Spanking also hurts children mentally and spanking a child is no different from hitting some one else. The majority of parents that hit their kids are at the point of frustration and anger where they feel that spanking is the last thing left for them to do. Spanking can be ineffective because it does not teach an alternative behavior. Children may feel resentful, humiliated, and helpless after being spanked.
When an adult uses spanking as a way to react, rather than act, it becomes fuzzy as to when you should or should not spank a child. Opponents of spanking state that spanking is done out of anger and that the kids never learn a lesson from spanking done this way. It would clearly show them this happens when mommy or daddy is mad. This may be true in some cases but not all. Majority of adults know this,
Situation1: Children misbehave when they want attention. Children that are seeking attention usually whines, squirm, throw things on the floor and anger outbursts. The staff member ignored the inappropriate behavior; this shows the child that a negative behavior is ineffective and no longer necessary. If I am the staff, I will find out why the child is misbehaving first and then do the appropriate action for his behavior, not just simply ignoring the child. The misbehavior can be prevented if you will ask the child what’s wrong with him and explain that the inappropriate behavior isn’t acceptable to express how he feels.
The majority of Americans will say that spanking is abusive, that it teaches children to be aggressive, and that there is no instructional value. These are all myths. Abusive parents do not use spankings for correctional purposes; they lash out and take their anger out on their children. Second, abusive parents don’t just spank they hit or beat their children. But for non abusive parents, spanking is done out of love and care to correct a child’s behavior.
At least in my case it disgusts’ me to think parents would be so irresponsible to expose their baby to such life style. It’s almost as if they wanted that type of life for his future, this type of quotes really makes Baca a truth teller in a way it shows to you the raw truth about how some people have adult experiences at an extremely young age and unfortunately, most of the time is the parents fault that young kids into such dark and pity full lifestyle and what makes it worse is that they mistakenly believe, that lifestyle is not as bad for their kids. Baca uses such great description on the place he wants to imaginary take you, for example on page 52. “I remember the Mexican voices that came from the jukeboxes…” The way he describes the noise, the place, and what is happening in that place, it literary takes you to that place that you get the sensations that you are actually there watching listening and experiencing everything that he is describing. Journeying with Baca through a psychic landscape makes you feel as if you were present the very moment everything you are reading is happening right before your eyes.
(Attitudes are prejudices when they are generally disapproved of). A practitioner having negative attitudes. This might mean that their sour treatment will be passed on to the client and the client might become hostile and rude towards the practitioner. A teacher presenting a negative attitude towards a special needs child will mean that the child could become hostile, rude and frustrated and cause a change in behaviour for the worst and decrease in life quality. For example a special needs child trying to colour in a picture with the right colours and getting it wrong and a teacher then says â€˜God, youâ€™re doing it wrongâ€™ orâ€™ Itâ€™s not very well doneâ€™ instead of saying â€˜Youâ€™re getting good at itâ€™ or â€˜ Itâ€™s coming out nicely.
“Bullies are just children with parents who treat them bad”, is said a lot when talking about bullying, have I observed. I just think that every kid is getting teased by its parents, and then in the school they will do the same to get friends, but kids haven’t learned to feel for others, or don’t know much about communication or anything else, and then they just thinks that it is okay, and then adults has to stop it when it still is stoppable, for else they will, in some way, feel it as a hobby, and then it just continues. In the story we read, I portray Peter as a scared, young man, who doesn’t know when and how he has to say no. Cause if Peter had said no in the beginning of his life, it might not, would have ended up in the jury. I think he has always been doing things right, and haven’t had many friends in society as well in school.
Direct Quotation: bell hooks says, “Being hurt by parenting adults rarely alters a child’s desire to be loved and be loved by them [parents]. Among grown-ups who were wounded in childhood, the desire to love and be loved by uncaring parents persists, even when there is a clear acceptance of the reality that is love will never be forthcoming” (30). Paraphrase: According to bell hook, when children are hurt by their parents their opinion on love rarely change. But when children grow up, even when they accept reality, they are wounded from these acts and they still carry a desire to be loved. (30).