Punishment of children is effective in certain situations, but we must know what they are and how to apply it. Parents should put limits on children, in this way they can correct some bad behaviors and get, for example, to do their homework. The character of the child is one of the keys when choosin
Punishment of children is effective in certain situations, but we must know what they are and how to apply it. Parents should put limits on children, in this way they can correct some bad behaviors and get, for example, to do their homework.
The character of the child is one of the keys when choosing the punishment, we must know how to adapt it to the circumstances to achieve a positive result, which can not be achieved with physical or verbal violence, but with firmness.
Practical advice to educate our children
We offer you videos with the advice of psychologist Mª Luisa Ferrerós to know how punishments should be applied correctly to children.
How to punish children. The education of children also involves imposing norms and limits. When these norms are not met, punishments arrive. But how should the punishments be? How to apply punishments to children? In this Guiainfantil Vlog we explain how the punishments of children should be.
What is educational punishment? Actually, punishments are necessary. What is your function? Can punishment be educational? To answer all these questions, the child psychologist María Luisa Ferrerós explains how to apply punishment in the education of children.
Should children be punished? Is it appropriate to apply punishments to children when they do not behave? Alicia Banderas explains what is the best way to teach limits and standards to children.
Educational consequence and punishment. The evolution of the education of children goes through the change of punishment, as we associate it with cheeks, slap, made the educational consequence where the child is not humiliated and reflect at cost something for his bad behavior
No physical punishment. Should we negotiate with children so that society forgets physical punishment? María Luisa Ferrerós, child psychologist and author of the book ¡Punished! Is it necessary? He advises us on what the position of the parents should be.
The punishment according to the child. Can we establish an educational behavior based on the character of the child? The child psychologist María Luisa Ferrerós recommends correcting the timid in a different way than the extroverts, the docile and the stubborn ...
How to get the child to obey. Do you have to repeat many times to your child that it is bedtime or have to shower to do so? Your way of acting is essential to achieve it. With the advice of child psychologist María Luisa Ferrerós, it will be easier for you to get your child's attention.
What do we fail to do if the children behave badly? Many parents do not know what to do to make our children behave, but what do we fail? Child psychology offers advice to parents so as not to make mistakes in the education of their children. The main problems are the lack of security and the lack of family unity.
What to do so that the children respect us. Have you ever considered what kind of parents you are? Authoritarian, permissive? The psychologist Maria Luisa Ferrerós helps us find the balance to earn the respect of our children
How to set limits. The limits are essential when it comes to educating children. But how can we put those limits? What types of limits should we establish? Psychologist Silvia Álava gives us some advice and lists some simple steps to put limits on our children.
Get the child to do homework. Sometimes to get the children to do something, we have to repeat things 20 times, as if they were doing their homework every day after school. The psychologist Maria Luisa Ferrerós explains how to get it with a practical example and without losing the nerves.
Get the child to come to dinner. Some parents sometimes need a practical class so they do not have to repeat things a thousand times to the children. The psychologist Maria Luisa Ferrerós explains how we have to react, for example, when we say 'Let's have dinner' and the child does not listen to us. Practical advice