Whenever there is a need to deal with a child, parents must first learn the basics of how to impart better lessons to children rather than just reprimanding them in an instant. Children are in the growth process, not only in the physical sense but also mentally. They are learning every day as they grow. So, they are taught in such a way that they do not form any fear in their minds and are open to life's challenges.
Whenever a child makes mistakes, the first and most important thing is not to beat the child or scold him of his mistakes. Suppose a <em><u>parent carefully approaches the child and tell him about the consequences of his actions</u></em>, <u><em>why he should not do so and so</em></u>, and also tell him <em><u>why he shouldn't act in such a manner as it hurts others</u></em>, <em><u>talking to him calmly and trying to make him understand more sensibly</u></em>, then maybe the child will be open to the opinion. In that case, this is a better and more productive approach than directly scolding or even beating the child. Physical acts of punishment only lead to more resentment on the part of the child and can also lead to refusal to listen to anything their parents say. But if the wrongs are approached sensibly and calmly, and explained to him to make him understand the repercussions of his actions, then the child is more likely to give it a thought and understand what was said.
Thus, <u>parents must refrain from criticizing their child if they want to encourage him/ her to respond to the wrongs with guilt rather than shame.</u>
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