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Running head:WELL-BEHAVED CHILD VS HAPPY CHILD1Well behaved children are also happy childrenName of StudentInstitution Affiliation
WELL-BEHAVED CHILD VS HAPPY CHILD 2Societies across the globe hold numerous expectations for children regarding discipline. Children are expected to be well behaved and happy as they live in the society. Members of the society including parents, teachers and older siblings use different approaches to ensure that children are well behaved. Some of the techniques used by these members of the society such as punishment, however, have the potential of compromising thehappiness of children and this brings up the argument whether well-behaved children are necessary happy children. The notions of happy and well-behaved children are synonymousfor discipline enhances happiness in children by reducing conflicts with others, enhancingthe development of a strong character and enhancing the ability to cope with different environmental challenges.A well-behaved child is a happy child for good behavior reduces conflicts between the child and other people in society. A well behaved will experience