Parents please do not hit us discipline us

In Brampton, Ontario the city is starting to offer free parenting classes.

By no means, it is easy to raise children.

Parents please do not hit us discipline us

However, our South Asian families need to learn how to discipline children by setting boundaries, rules and consequences than hitting children.

In most cases, children don’t say anything. Perhaps, one of them complains at school or shows fear and children’s aid society gets involved.

Parents strictly tell their children not to say anything; otherwise they will get in further trouble.

If parents are to take the time to establish a structure, children will know what is expected of them and they can feel a sense of what they are doing right.

Instead of fits of anger by parents and there is no winning no matter what children do.

Consequences attached with privileges usually works.

This is an open dialogue and you are welcome to contribute to this section.

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