A well-disciplined child rarely needs punishment and it has been proven that spanking is not beneficial for our children. Find out what you can do instead of spank.
By Danielle, contributing writer
This is a controversial subject that’s very private to most parents — how they discipline their children, especially the subject of spanking.
Let’s keep in mind that discipline and punishment are two different things. Discipline teaches how to control one’s self, while punishment is repayment for a deemed negative behavior. That’s a huge difference, and punishment rarely needs to actually happen (say what!?). Yes, a well-disciplined child rarely needs punishment. They have been taught extensively what natural consequences look like and they have been given the opportunity to make their own decisions, and live with those consequences, under the loving eye of their parents.
As a former spanker and former single mother, let me tell you it’s not easy, but it is a truth we need…
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