This method of discipline did not benefit the child

Many mothers find it difficult to find the right disciplinary method for their young children, and they often resort to methods such as "shedding" because they fear this will have a long-lasting impact on their little soul.

"Exposure", a punitive or time-out method often used to discipline young children, but many believe it is particularly harmful to the mental development of children over the long term. However, a recent study revealed that does not increase the risk of developing behavioral disorders or depression or anxiety.It won't hurt to be disciplined with time-outs
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The study, published in the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, enrolled 1,400 parents and their children and interviewed them three times: when a child was 36 months old and 10 years old. Children's attitudes towards parents, mental health, creativity and social skills were also tested. I found that there was no correlation between time-out discipline and depression, anxiety or aggressive behavior. Rachel Knight, a child psychologist, one of the leading authors of the study, said during the past period many contradictory but often inaccurate information could be read about the subject, the discipline of this method. "Some of you have such a defense that the method can disrupt the parent-child relationship and negatively affect your emotional health," Knight said. "But research simply defies this setting." However, as with all educational and disciplinary techniques, the key here is kцvetkezetessйg And a proper use. According to Knight, it is important for the parents to remain calm and the environment to be positive. (Via)You may also be interested in:
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