I also believe that the non-existence of corporal punishment will enhance changes in my daughter, including social or other aspects in her life. Therefore, in my decision not to incorporate corporal punishment norms as a consequence of development within the boundaries of raising a child, there is always a necessity for me to systematize the procedure of teaching by example for my daughter. It is a known idea that teaching by example has an impact on behavior rather than the outputs of a child. But nevertheless, as an end-result of my efficient ideals on raising children, belief and acceptance of the holistic development of my daughter is always easy and worry-free.
On the other hand, I was raised in a family where corporal punishment existed and where I was rarely given a chance. In order to optimize my development, my parents always controlled my academic learning with great knowledge and effectiveness. However, I was seldom enabled to be participative in doing work-based choices to further improve my decision-making skills and capabilities. I can say that the inappropriately implemented and my dysfunctional participation within my family failed to improve my productivity. Likewise, the existence of corporal punishment within our family instilled more fear on me than learning. With the existence of consistent threats, the imbalance of outputs and my incomplete development paved the way for me to reverse the situation in raising my daughter.
For example, the objective to develop the proper attitudes and behavior of my daughter in order to guarantee her development and necessary growth includes me teaching by example in order for her to follow in the midst of confusion. My ideals and dedication to teach my daughter with the proper ideals to guarantee her good upbringing are always in my mind and is fortunately being managed well by my daughter. The change, formulation, inspiration, improvement and empowerment of my daughter significantly rely on my proper upbringing and child-raising ideals.
To my Teen-aged Daughter:
I am writing to you a letter to share to you my ideas with regards to the statement that, "Family values change as society changes. As a result, ideas about how children should be raised change." You are my only daughter and you know I was raised in a family of six.
I have many ideals about raising children, but the two that stand out the most and what I used to bring you up include no threats and never degrading you. You and I know that majority of the triumphant activities that you have rely tremendously on the excellent interpersonal interaction and relationship that both you and I have. I am always bounded with a unified objective of not to threaten nor degrade you, that's why I realized that the control of your developments as a teen-ager must be always coordinated with the individuals that will help you succeed and will never degrade you during the hardest times. I believe my effort in discussing with you my objective of not threatening or degrading you as part of your development under guidance is always important. Interaction is the highly recommended way that we always use. Obtaining my trust and your trust and managing a smooth parent-child relationship is always a critical factor to your holistic development, and