Tag: punishment

Stop Punishing. It Doesn’t Work.

Punishment often shames and humiliates, produces little more than resentment or fear, and does nothing to model or teach a better way to handle childish problems.

Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled :) )

Today’s Klout offering in my “Create” box brought to mind a trend I’ve been thinking a lot about. Specifically, the public shaming of children by their parents/caregivers. I recently participated in a FB debate which, while heated on occasion, actually stuck to the topic… Continue Reading “Shaming Pron* (Deliberately misspelled 🙂 )”