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"Mama, is beating a right thing?" 5-year old asks his mom

Rohini Reddy
3 to 7 years

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Mama is beating a right thing 5 year old asks his mom

Parents are not always right; neither do we always have all the answers! Sometimes we can learn big life lessons from our children. Our Proparent blogger Rohini Reddy demonstrates this point through her blog. She tells us about… • How to remain calm with your difficult child and not lose your temper • Hitting your child is never a solution and only makes the problem worse • As parents you are your child’s role models, and must always set a positive example • How to deal with problems with your child with patience and tact, by both parents as a team Our children are growing up in a world very different from our time, and we must be open, flexible and understanding Read on for more on how our children can sometimes teach us big life lessons…


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Almas Awazi

| Sep 08, 2017

I totally agree with u we as a parent hve lots of responsibility we shld controll our temper

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Kirti Saxena

| Sep 08, 2017

Hi dear.. I feel guilty. .I cannot sleep for 2.. 3 nights after that.. and cry alot.... and when I think about whole incident again ..I feel guilty and feel like it was not her fault.. or the situation was not that bad...

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Priyanka Ranjan

| Aug 18, 2017

ya that's true we sudnt beat our kids but sum times they are so annoying not wanting to listen to anything will do the same thing wat they want it's really difficult at that time

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Reshama Dake

| Aug 14, 2017

once my daughter was 8years old I punished her for something the next day she said that mom if we are decorating a pot but some mistake would happen what we should do? I said we should decorate it more carefully,then she said if you want your daughter be a good person u shouldn't punish her

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Geetanjali Todankar Sakpal

| Aug 11, 2017

ya I liked your suggestion. I will now onwards keep calm n cool. will suggest my husband the same and my daughter's grandparents also. I will make a promise to myself and to my two daughters also that I will not raise my hands when I am angry, but try to understand them by listening them first and handle the situation. thanks

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Vaishali Nandrunkar

| Aug 03, 2017

Ya you are right. When the lady is pregnant, she and her husband plans so many things for their young one, but as the time passes and the kid starts to grow old, we start to forget all the things. We made the kids forget all the things they want to do and make them remember what we teach them. Up to a certain level it is right, because today's time is very competitive, and we all want that our kid should stand out in this world. I think today lids know so much more than we use to know when we are at their age, so it's important to understand what they want any what they think.

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Kousalya Senthil

| Aug 02, 2017

Really a good message for me. I'll beat my son out of control. from now I try to follow the good thing

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Gurpreet Kaur

| Aug 02, 2017

Thanks it will help me alot.

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Prerna Sagar

| Jul 31, 2017

very nice article dear.. I appreciate your efforts.. but always it can't be tolerated bcoz sometimes we also get frustratedwith our day routine. sometimes it's not possible to handle this kind of misbehavior. my child is 4. 6. i also beat my child sometimes. they need to understand the thing. sometime they misuse our freedom..

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Shilpa Agarwal

| Jul 30, 2017

very good article

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Shalika Jain

| Jul 30, 2017

very true

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Neha Saket Sharma

| Jul 30, 2017

very nice... I totally agree with this...

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Sunita Singh

| Jul 30, 2017

though i always promise myself that i will nvr beat my daughter but i dnt knw hw i loose temper my end up hurting her... it is when she cries i get pacified nd realise my mistake... i jst cant cntrl my anger... i feel guilty after slapping her but then the feeling does not stays long nd the next day the same story is repeated... i think the problem is with me that i cannot cntrol my anger... but what should i do??plzz if anyone could suggest.. is it that some kind of meditation or yoga could help me calm my temper..

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Chivukula Sailaja

| Jul 30, 2017

Very true. By beating children become more stubborn.

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Sravani Vedaraju

| Jul 30, 2017

Very good article. I don't want to beat but sometimes I used to beat my daughter. After reading this article I have decided I will never my daughter whatever the circumstances be. Thank you so much.

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Pooja Maharishi

| Jul 30, 2017

my 6 years old son is very slow in every thing. What should I do?

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Mona Singh

| Jul 28, 2017

Nce.... mein akele apni daughter ko sambalti ho reason being mere husband abroad mein hai bahut khosis krti ho k mein usse kbi n. a. danto ya maro bt kbi kbi itna irritate krti hai k mujhe dant ya marna padta hai bt aftr a min I hurt plz suggest me asi situation ko kaise handle kro

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Binita Jain

| Jul 28, 2017

I agree. we have also never beaten our daughter. I do yell at her. but don't know from where she has leant beating. she beats her younger brother also. I know it is all she wants my attention.

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Neelam Ranjan

| Jul 28, 2017

Thank u so much Rohiniji. Ab main kabhi apne bachcho pe haath nahi uthaungi.

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Sonali

| Jul 28, 2017

thanks rohini...

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