Childrens Behavior Is Worst Today Than Ten Years Ago
Topics: Human behavior, Behaviorism, Behavior, Psychology, Violence / Pages: 20 (4864 words) / Published: Dec 19th, 2012

Behavior is an action or reaction to the environment or to internal thoughts and emotions. Behavioral symptoms are persistent or repetitive behaviors that are unusual, disruptive, inappropriate, or cause problems. Aggression, attitude, criminal behavior, defiance, drug use, hostility, inappropriate sexual behavior, inattention, secrecy, and self-harm is examples of behavioral symptoms. When you are asked about someone’s behavior you think of etiquette, culture, form, manners, mores, proprieties; p's and q’s; amenity, civility, courtesy, politeness; attitude, carriage, poise, pose, posture, presence; aspect, look, mien; formality, protocol, rules; custom, habit, pattern, practise, trick, wont; convention, fashion, form, mode, style; affectation, attribute, characteristic, mark, trait; distinctiveness, oddity, peculiarity, strangeness, uniqueness, weirdness. Do these words really describe a person? The dictionary defines individual behavior of a manner or function of conducting oneself.
A child’s behavior is much worse today than it was ten years ago. Children are talking back to their parents and doing what they want to do. Parents are definitely not in control like they used to be. , my opinion is that we are too quick to put blame on the situation before we look at the facts...if a child needs a pat on the behind to get they to calm down, then so be it. That does not mean the child needs to be beaten...sometimes, I think that parent needs that beaten worst. Most of the time the child is in need of your calm voice they need your attention a good attention not a bad attention. And sometimes the child just needs to be left alone. I remember when I was growing up; I wouldn't even dare to talk back...and didn't even want to think what would happen to me if I did so. I was raise to respect my elders. Say “Yes Mama”, “No Mama” or “Yes Sir” or” No Sir”. Whether someone gives you something or you asked for something; say

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