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Guidance vs Punishment: What works best?

Deepti Thakur
3 to 7 years

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Guidance vs Punishment What works best

Do you often find yourself losing your cool with your child and then punishing him or her as well? Do you think a punishment is the only way to discipline your child? If yes, then read our proparent Deepti Thakur's blog here to know how guidance always works better in disciplining your child...


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Kavi Parv Sukhija

| Aug 15, 2017

I had noticed through live CCTV provided by Footprints Childcare that so many times if two kids fight, only one who is noticed by teacher is punished at school. Even if other one is also guilty. So please try to understand whole situation first.

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Supriya Gajanan Borlepawar

| Aug 14, 2017

I am facing the same problem. But I am trying to get the reasons from my son for his misbehaviors but every time others will not understand it. So Hw to manage with them n cool down ourselves.

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shilpi lodha

| Aug 14, 2017

me facing same problem it's real help thanks

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Anita Gupta

| Aug 14, 2017

thanks mam I am also facing the same problem

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Koyel Koley

| Aug 14, 2017

it's very very useful guidance for child and mom and of course for making a family truely lovely one.

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Sonam Arora

| Aug 14, 2017

very nice... i will change my mindset... nd won't hit my child... nxt tym..

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Poonam Belel

| Aug 14, 2017

good advice. even i did the same mistake when my daughter misbehaving in school. I punished her without asking her what was the matter.

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prashanthi

| Aug 14, 2017

good one,it will useful fr all frustrated mothers...

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Madhulika Raturi

| Aug 14, 2017

absolutely correct deepti... thanks for d blog I am facing the same problem with my child... I wld apply it on my child too...

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DrJyothi

| Aug 14, 2017

very nice...

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Zafreen Shaik

| Aug 14, 2017

thank you

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Shravanthi

| Aug 14, 2017

This really helps.

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Neelam Pahlani

| Aug 14, 2017

really very helpful nicely done i will definately wid my kid

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Sneh Sharma

| Aug 14, 2017

Best way to treat children by guiding them and to make them understand their mistake. This way in future, they will not repeat it again.

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Priyanka Pardeshi

| Aug 14, 2017

I agree with you.

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Sonali Sharma

| Aug 14, 2017

good suggestion thanks

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Shimi Paul

| Aug 14, 2017

excellent. this is the right way. my husband always i m not punishing child n ot will spoil her. now i m confident that i am right. Thank you for giving me positive strength

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Sujata sachdeva

| May 28, 2017

advisable

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Ashwini Duvasi

| May 24, 2017

good examples thank u for this blog

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Jyoti Bhasin

| May 19, 2017

I m happy to find that i always.

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Shalini Dhamo

| May 17, 2017

Very helpful blog to teach the best way of good manners

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Pranshu Arora

| May 17, 2017

wonderful blog, it will help parents to rethink their strategy towards handling children aggressive behaviour

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Subodh Saini

| May 13, 2017

really good and nice way even i had to change my mindset that still there are lots of ways to make kids understand rather to scold and beating.. Love care amd understanding is the best heal and way we must proceed.. Who in this world doesnt make mistakes we so call educated parents do makes mistakes amd expect that we should receive the warm and soft way to correct amd realise mistake so are the kids ...my son is 5 yrs old even he do the same he is very stubborn and irritates us lot my creating troubles making shabby walls showing tounge to elders ...I dont say that everytime love is the only heal but for sure beating and scolding is not also perfect way.. Thanks for sharing such informative topics

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Swati Santosh Koratkar

| May 13, 2017

ko killed and

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Puja Parasar

| May 12, 2017

very helpful tips.... made me rethink over my behaviour with my kid... thank you for the article

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Milan Agrawal

| May 11, 2017

it is very helpful for me to control nd understand my naughty boy

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Sonal Khatri

| May 10, 2017

wonderful blog

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Baby Tomar

| May 07, 2017

the best way n vry useful blog

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Deepti Thakur

| May 05, 2017

Thanks all fellow moms for your appreciation. I'll reply soon to the queries raised by some friends.

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Manish Omprakash oza

| May 05, 2017

Very True..... Realisation is always Better than Reaction

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Sreelatha Rajashekar

| May 04, 2017

absolutely true. but need lots of patience

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Rupali Chauhan Miglani

| May 03, 2017

right way

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Meghna Vyas

| May 02, 2017

thanks for your guidance....

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Nazia Perween

| May 02, 2017

very useful blog

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Roshni Binoy

| May 01, 2017

this s so true

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Harjot Kaur

| May 01, 2017

agreed

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Priyanka Sharma

| May 01, 2017

very true

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Seema Patel

| May 01, 2017

right di

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Priyalata

| May 01, 2017

Very useful.

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Eshana Pandey

| Apr 30, 2017

I really appreciate your blog... but mam many a time it happens that we tell them the things again and again... but they are not doing as we have told them... this make our anger to come out.... how to deal with this

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Chandana

| Apr 30, 2017

Hi all.. I have a 4 years kid... he is very very naughty nowadays don't listen to what we say and does many things which we say no! not to do. he is very restless to listen especially mom's word's he takes it for granted. He have a less attitude of sharing his belongings though I tried to my him share his things but still am unable,, he is very possisve about his belongings. He gets angry very quickly,,food habit is also OK not so good. Can anybody guide me how to handle him in a clam way. I am a working women and we live in a joint family.

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Pranami Handique

| Apr 29, 2017

helpful advice. thanks...

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Vaishali palekar

| Apr 29, 2017

very nice

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Jonali Dutta

| Apr 29, 2017

superb idea

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Panakanti Shirisha

| Apr 29, 2017

absolutely super

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Panna Fichadiya

| Apr 29, 2017

v true. agree..

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Shraddha Rajpal

| Apr 28, 2017

thanks it's really helpful

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shweta shrivastava

| Apr 28, 2017

thanku so much. its useful

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anasuya singh

| Apr 28, 2017

thanks, its very useful for me.

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Upama Devi

| Apr 28, 2017

very useful for me

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Shravani Keerthi

| Apr 28, 2017

ya that's true... being a parent is a tough job, but still we need react with the time and situation as well.

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vaishali sharma

| Apr 28, 2017

agree dear but after becoming mother we gave lost patience et all

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Payal Chawla

| Apr 28, 2017

beautiful very nice

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