It requires patience, thoughtful attention, cooperation and a good understanding of the child.
It also requires knowledge of one's own strengths and struggles with disciplinary issues.
Acknowledging a child's efforts and progress, no matter how slow or small, encourages healthy development.
Teaching children self-discipline is a demanding task.
They also preserve the child's self-esteem and dignity.
Actions that insult or belittle are likely to cause children to view their parents and other caregivers negatively, which can inhibit learning and teach the child to be unkind to others.These actions often are called child guidance and discipline.Positive guidance and discipline are crucial for children because they promote self-control, teach responsibility and help them make thoughtful choices.This change can partly be attributed to efforts made in rehabilitating Marie de Gournay, long accused of tampering with the Montaigne’s writings make it clear that they will take their author as their subject by demonstrating the strength (and weaknesses) of his judgment and opinions through repeated “attempts” (“Essay”, in the French of the time, signified a try or attempt, and the modern English use of the term to mean a form of non-fiction writing was coined by Montaigne).Despite their introspective focus, the loosely structured reflections that make up the often deal with the social and political events of Montaigne’s time, if only to illustrate a point or provide an example.However, there are many positive steps adults can take to minimize misbehavior: If parents understand why their children misbehave, they can be more successful at reducing behavioral problems.These reasons for misbehavior may help parents develop a better understanding of their children: If the behavior was an accident, like wetting their pants while sleeping, it was not a misbehavior.was actually published in several different editions, a fact that has led to controversy within Montaigne scholarship.Within his lifetime, Montaigne published two editions of his work, in 1580 (at which point only the first two books were written) and 1588 (which included a third book and significant additions to the first two).Unfortunately, the only preparation for most parents is their own experience of being parented.Such past experiences may not always be helpful in raising children.