Is Physical Punishment OK?

Spanking is a common form of corporal punishment.Parents commonly spank children or adolescents in response to undesired behavior. Boys are more frequently spanked than girls, both at home and in school. Some countries have outlawed the spanking of children in every setting, including homes, schools, and penal institutions, but most allow it when done by a parent or guardian.

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Discipline Alternatives to Physical Punishment

8 Spanking Alternatives: When there are several children in the room, give the most attention and praise to the children who are following the rules and behaving well. Then, when the other child begins to behave, give him praise and attention as well.

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Parenting to Reduce Plastic Pollution.

Parenting to reduce plastic pollution. Changing lifestyle for a bigger change.Being educated and a responsible citizen, I made some rules for myself to reduce my plastic footprint. Not using plastic bags, straw and plastic tumbler were part of my lifestyle for many years. I have failed occasionally, otherwise, plastic bottles had been on that list too. I am trying to give the same habit to my kids. And what better occasion to do the same than now, when the whole nation needs to make changes in lifestyle.

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Children need to play toys?

“Children need to play, but this doesn’t require toys. They will explore their environment and examine articles that are interesting to them- from pots to pans to blocks.” says Deborah MacNamara, author of “Rest, Play, Grow” a manual for parents. Before having my son, I was determined! A Happy childhood is the most precious gift we can give to our child.

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