Seminary, stated, "children need to understand boundaries and I think that children need to understand that there should be punishments... In direct proportion to the improper behavior that they Children are better able to make decisions about their behavior, exercise self-control, and be accountable for their actions when they understand the penalty they face for misbehaving is comparable to their actions. Harold Bennett, PhD, President and Dean of the Charles H. Mason Theological might demonstrate." Some experts state that corporal punishment prevents children from persisting in their bad behavior and growing up to be criminals.
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