Parents should stop terrorizing their children with old-fashioned discipline

The other night my toddler has accidentally broken his vitamin bottle. It fell off his hands to the concrete floor while he’s carrying it. The content spreads through the floor and a portion of it splashed onto the makeshift short table where I put my laptop. I then called my wife to help me gather … Continue reading Parents should stop terrorizing their children with old-fashioned discipline

Three important approaches I’ve learned from experience on how to discipline a child with dignity

Discipline doesn’t always mean punishment and humiliation as what most people perceived it to be. It could be in many forms. What’s important is that, in getting your child to behave the way you wanted him or her to, you’re not losing his or her dignity in the process. But is it really possible to … Continue reading Three important approaches I’ve learned from experience on how to discipline a child with dignity

Here’s why the physical form of punishment to discipline a child is not the best option

Nathaniel was one hyperactive toddler. He spends a lot of energy moving, giggling, screaming, playing, slapping, and doing what he likes. He scatters toys I had just arranged for him and throws things at the window. He dribbles a ball and breaks glasses by throwing that ball everywhere. While this behavior is normal for a … Continue reading Here’s why the physical form of punishment to discipline a child is not the best option