No one knows me as well as my parents. No one wants the best for me like my parents. It is agreed that adults should make important decisions for their teen age children. They are experienced, know child’s abilities, spend money, give time and most of all love their children will explain my point. Should Parents Physically Discipline Their Children? Should parents physically discipline their child for doing something wrong? I say yes! I think physically discipline one’s child will correct behavior problems.
Physically but not mentally, if some parent would mentally punish that would be a different story, such as calling them bad names pushing them down and lowering there self a steam, would not be morally correct in my opinion. Respect cannot be demanded, it is an asset that has to be earned. From the very childhood kids are taught to respect their parents, elders, teachers and an unending list of social obligations. But an ambiguity arises when the teachings do no match the practical experiences. Children find it hard to respect certain persons or the same person in differing situations, viz.
If a parent generally behaves positively with the children, it is normal for the child to reciprocate and show the same behavior But the anomaly arises when a parent confront or scold the child to make him understand a certain thing. The child wants to reciprocate his behavior but the parent defies his behavior and tells the child to respect him. Here the respect is tried to be imposed and not earned. This is a contradiction to respect. Nobody can earn respect by suppression or by flaunting power. It is a deliberate action that cannot be forced upon others.
There is an individualistic form of respect also, which is well known as self-respect. If an individual cannot respect himself, he cannot respect any other person. A feeling of worth and rational judgement gives rise to self respect. Respect plays a roll in our every day lives. When we go to school, there’s respect. When we go to a restaurant, there’s respect. When you go to your family reunion, there is respect. You may not notice it, but that’s only because they are being respectful to you . If your not respectful then you will be disrespected because your being mean.
So you should always be respectful to others so they will treat you the way you want to be treated. Respect isn’t the only right thing to do, but is also the best way to make a lot of friends. You being respectful will help you from being depressed from loneliness. You should be honest, kid, nice, gentle, relaxed, and happy to make friends. The word respect is a word to summarize all of the things above and plenty more. Things like being quite while someone is talking, or not bothering someone when they’re in bad mood. I see respect all the time, that’s what makes every thing so easy to do and no one gets sad.
If I ever saw someone get knocked over and there stuff is on the ground scattered all over, I would definitely help him pick it up. Because other wise I would feel bad watching them pick it up all by themselves. Always treat others the way you would want to be treated. This way you will be respected and loved. My definition of respect is being nice, generous, and helpful. Because all of those things can be the best things to do if you want to be respectful, which you should always be. So next time I talk in class out of turn, I will remember this two page report about respect.