Shunning is "the naughty step" for adults!
Viewed 1052 times
|Amelia Ashton||posted Fri, 16 Mar 2012 12:46:00 GMT(3/16/2012)|
Post 589 of 1913
This is an excerpt from Stephen Fry's new book.
Having said all this, you may find that, despite all of your best efforts, your little ones' behaviour may still be a cause for concern. Should this be the case, you may actually need to impose some kind of punishment. One popular sanction among child psychologists is the naughty step. This is where a child who has failed to meet your expectations for behaviour is forced to sit alone for a period of time on the staircase, the idea being that solitude allows them the opportunity to calm down and reflect on their behaviour, thereby leading to an improvement.