Discipline: Spare the Rod, Spoil the ChilD raising well-mannered adults

The toddler years are crucial to the formation of behavior and thought, and parental investment will determine the efficiency of the disciplinary measures.

Children's minds are constantly thinking and processing in order to grow in independence, making discipline effectual by allowing for self-reflection and reason.

Discipline is healthy to maturing minds. Children are naturally seeking to learn, question, and experiment with boundaries in effort to gain approval from parents and other adults.

Children imitate observed behaviors.

Discipline develops independence in children acting as a motivator to their natural inclination to grow individually, building self-esteem as they learn how to behave.

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