Fathers And Parenting:" Parents Should Do More Talking Than Caning".
By: Safowaa Kentimpo
It's June.We are still in the month set to celebrate our super fathers who work the hell out of themselves, make sacrifices just to see us happy. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Gone are the days where fathers run from their families ignoring and abandoning responsibilities to only mothers to take care of.
Mostly in the world, mothers were celebrated that fathers but this generation of fathers are trying their best to turn the tables.
Adjetey Anang is a well know Ghanaian actor,popularly known as "Pusher",which was his screen name in the television series ,"Things we do for love."
He is married to Mrs. Elom Anang with a kid and so he is really experiencing fatherhood. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. In an interview sighted on YouTube, Pusher gives his take on what he thinks fathers,teachers and all who nurture children should do instead of beating children at their least errors.
He said as a father he only punishes his ward and not beat him.He makes sure he deprives him of watching his favourite Television shows and playing his favorite games.
He reiterated that,parents should make more talking as in letting the child know what to do and what not to do rather that caning them.
Though he agrees to the fact that the Holy Bible speaks about sparing the rod and spoiling the child which when the child goes to the extreme you can't afford to spare the rod,he also strongly believes that our children will listen to us when we talk to them.
So we should talk more to them to understand us and also set good examples to them.
"We shouldn't eradicate the cane totally but we should use it less and talk more for them to understand us.The more you cane a child, he becomes stubborn and wouldn't listen to you when you talk.They would always do what they want to do" he said to Zion Felix. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. please like share,follow and let's know what you think about parents, teachers and guardians caning their wards in the comment section.
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