As always in your discussion, respond thoughtfully to this 2 postings. Kimberly Banks post: . . Tamika Gibson post: 1). To spank or not to

As always in your discussion, respond thoughtfully to this 2 postings. Kimberly Banks post: . . Tamika Gibson post: 1). To spank or not to spank? I agreed with all three of my experts. However, I would have to go with Dr. Williams Sears as we relate on so many levels. Sears believes  when it comes to spanking, our position is simple, absolutely not. There are better ways to discipline your child that do not involve spanking or hitting. Physical harm as punishment can cause emotional issues down the road. Our children are constantly learning from our actions. If we resolve issues by spanking or hitting we are only perpetuating the behavior. I would have to agree. I have given my children spanking when they were young but; I would say not many. When I would spank my children it really solved nothing but, created that sense of fear to the point when they done something wrong they were afraid to tell me. This caused a wedge in our communication so I decided to do things different to keep that line of communication with my children open. 2). Discuss your personal philosophy and post an article/website which supports your personal viewpoint. As I stated before that I believe spanking children adds fear and this may affect the child in a negative way. Parents who hit their kids may believe that a swat “just gets their attention” or imposes old-fashioned discipline, but spanking in fact makes behavior worse than it was before and can cause long-term harm (Cummins, 2014). Children who experience repeated use of corporal punishment tend to develop more aggressive behaviors, increased aggression in school, and an increased risk of mental health disorders and cognitive problems. 3). Discuss what you believe to be effective forms of discipline at various stages of development. Discipline is the structure that s the child fit into the real world happily and effectively. It is the foundation for the development of the child’s own self-discipline( O’Donnell, 2018). Effective and positive discipline is about teaching and guiding children, not just forcing them to obey. As with all other interventions aimed at pointing out unacceptable behavior, the child should always know that the parent loves and supports him or her. Trust between parent and child should be maintained and constantly built upon. Regardless of the developmental stage and age of the child, one basic principle is the purpose of effective discipline is to children organize themselves, internalize rules and acquire appropriate behavior patterns. 4). Address the issue of cultural differences in parenting, and support  with online research. Every culture is characterized, and distinguished from other cultures, by deep-rooted and widely acknowledged ideas about how one needs to feel, think, and act as a functioning member of the culture. Discipline beliefs and developmental expectations as features of the social content in which children participate and thus experience directly. Parenting goals are objectives that adults have in mind when raising a child, such as independent or obedient behavior. Discipline beliefs are attitudes held by parents and carers about the appropriateness of particular approaches to discipline, such as teaching, removing and spanking (Christensen,ND). End result Parents from around the world have universal feelings of love, affection and hope for their children, but cultural values and expectations can color how these emotions are communicated. Reference Cummins. D (2014) This Is What Happens When You Hit Your Kids Retrieved June 13, 2019 from O’Donnell. L (2018) Disciplining Your Child Retrieved June 13, 2019 from www.kidshealth.org Christensen. J (ND) Role of Culture in the Influencing of Parenting Styles Retrieved June 13, 2019 from

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