Most parents have a basic understanding that disciplining a child is necessary in order for him or her to develop properly. However, parenting can often be uncomfortable, inconvenient, and hard work. Over time, it becomes tempting to let some of the basic proven practices slide for various more convenient substitutes.
When correction or discipline is needed, it would be a whole lot easier to default to one of these more convenient methods to get the result we want from our children. But the problem is that while they may bring about an immediate, desired result, they most often work against both you and your child in the long run. Disciplining a child can be challenging. Here are 5 common discipline strategies every dad should avoid.