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  FIRST RULE.
DON'T DISPLAY VIOLENCE IN FRONT OF KIDS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECOND RULE

 

DON'T VIOLENTLY CHASTISE KIDS FOR THEIR BAD BEHAVIOR

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPLYING SOCIETY WITH THE APPROPRIATE TOOLS  & RULES OF NON-VIOLENCE
            Copyright © 2013- J. Morris Anderson- Phila. PA- All Rights Reserved

      The game of life was created as amazingly miraculous  episodes of passing  time which is invariably interrupted by disgraceful and tragic  occurrences of violence.

      Therefore, it is absolutely necessary that we supply society with some  legitimate  tools of non-violence to enforce the fundamental rules of non-violence. This,  in  order to eradicate the massive occurrences of violence. So, what are the rules we must enforce from the cradle to the grave to do away with the horrific consequences of violence?

                                       The First Rule of Non-violence

      The first interaction between children and parents goes forward from the spoken word and advances to what is seen and profoundly experienced  by the child. Children are influenced by what they see their parents do and  what they hear their parents say.
Therefore, parents must be the primary  role models for their children.

      So, the first  rule of non-violence  which  must be practiced by parents is their elimination of violent acts,  violent tones of voice and violent expressions toward each other in the presence of their children.

      If parents cannot control violent behavior within themselves,  how can they control the violent behavior of their offspring?

      Positive behavior of the parent is the most powerful purveyor  of non-violent technology to a child.

                                      The Second Rule of Non-violence

      Do not inflict punishment on children  in the form of yelling, screaming or hollering at them when their behavior is unsatisfactory. This improper behavior of parents takes an enormously negative toll on children, and shows its ugly face on them when they communicate their ire toward others.

       Instead, the ideal means of solving a child’s bad  behavior is to identify the bad behavior exhibited by the child, and explain the alternative positive behavior to practice, and  offer some type of positive incentive for good behavior.

       Research has proven that this pedagogical  method of teaching non-violence works,. This, simply because the same as violent traits are learned,  nonviolent ways of relating to society can also be learned.

      Do not inflict punishment on children  in the form of yelling, screaming or hollering when their behavior is unsatisfactory.

      This improper behavior of parents takes an enormously negative toll on children, and shows its ugly face on them when they communicate their ire toward others.
Instead, the ideal means of solving a child’s bad  behavior is to identify the bad behavior exhibited by the child, and explain the alternative positive behavior to practice, and  offer some type of positive incentive for good behavior.

      Research has proven that this pedagogical  method of teaching non-violence works,. This, simply because the same as violent traits are learned,  nonviolent ways of relating to society can also be learned.

      Never ridicule a child by making fun of him, or calling him a bad name as a means perfecting his behavior. It doesn’t take a trained psychologist to remember how one might have felt if he were made fun of as a child.

      Also, it is crucial to be observant and corrective when playmates or siblings say hurtful things to each other. This, since, harsh words   can cause as much if not more pain than physical violence.


Also, it is crucial to be observant and corrective when playmates or siblings say hurtful things to each other. This, since, harsh words   can cause as much if not more pain than physical violence.

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