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Remember when we were in fear for our lives but it wasnt because of drive by shootings drugs gangs etc Our parents and grandparents were a much bigger threat This is a quote by Shau Marie a woman from Wisconsin talking about the way discipline has changed over the years She was more afraid of what her parents would do you her than being sent to her principles office Strict discipline is a thing of the past Things have changed since then Some people would say for the better but I would say for the worse Ask anyone on the street if the modern day family has changed and most of the people asked would say yes The family has changed and one of the main changes is discipline It has gone from very strong and strict to almost non-existent We need to incorporate some of the strict old-fashioned upbringing and discipline used in the past with the new ideas of today Some of the most important and basic aspects of the discipline of the past were fear and respect If we establish these same values in the children of today they will in return show respect and appreciation to those around them Fear was one of the ways to discipline children in the past Fear is defined as a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger evil pain etc whether the threat is real or imagined the feeling or condition of being afraid It is a known a fact that a person who thinks himher is in danger that they will do anything to get out of it One of the ways that a parent or teacher would install this fear is by threatening the child A threat could be as simple as a verbal warning or as harsh as a belt or switch being shown A mild way of carry out this type of discipline would be a simple verbal warning or
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