Childhood is an extremely unique and critical stage of life

Childhood is an extremely unique and critical stage of life...

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Childhood is an extremely unique and critical stage of life. Children all over the world share the same basic needs for safety, health, nurturance and dignity. There are many programs committed to supporting children’s development, respecting individual differences, helping children learn to live and work cooperatively; and promoting children's physical and mental health, self-worth, education, self-control, and responsibility. Corporal punishment is an ineffective discipline strategy with children of all ages and furthermore, that it is dangerous. It conflicts with these goals and has no place in any child's life. Corporal punishment most often produces in its victim’s anger, low self esteem and resentment. It teaches that violence and revenge are solutions for problems. And it perpetuates itself, as children imitate what they see adults doing. When a child is a victim of corporal punishment they will often feel very degraded, it also contributes to the feeling of helplessness and humiliation. There are various consequences and reasons for why it’s unacceptable. It robs a child of their
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