luhan getting caught browsing on his phone~
I’m so tired of seeing videos of children (almost always young women) getting beat ending up on the internet (the fact that the parents thought it was a good idea to record themselves beating their child and upload it shows what kind of parents they are). I’ve asked parents who beat their children to logically explain to me what values can be taught through a beating, and they never have an answer. Usually they just get loud and say they don’t wanna hear it (Typical reaction for people who can;t back up their opinion with logic). Beating children is parenting through imitation. Parent;s beat their children because they’ve seen other parent’s do it. Parent’s beating their children started out a long time ago when parent believed they had to “beat the evil” out of their child. I’m tired of hearing old people who are set in their ways and unintelligent people who don’t know how to raise their children try to convince me that beating their children is an effective form of parents.
Most parents beat their children because that’s ALL THEY KNOW. They can’t think of logical ways to raise their children. Children do not learn values through beating. I REPEAT. Children do not and cannot learn values through beatings. Children cannot be taught to be respectful, intelligent, responsible, caring young adults through a belt. Children learn values from parents who set a positive example from the start. They gain the right values though having positive influences that combat the negative. Children will do the right thing because they have been taught why they should do the right thing and they have been raised so that they don’t desire to do the wrong thing.
Often times, the videos I’ve seen of young women getting beat are usually them getting beat for posting lewd photos on social networks or messin around with boys. I would never do such a thing. Why? Because I was raised to not want to reveal myself in that way. Do you think I feel that way because I got beat, or because I was taught to respect myself and and make logical decisions through positive adult figures? Beatings DO NOT teach values.
Parent’s always act a fool around their children and then get surprised when their children imitate them. Don’t cuss in front of your children then beat them when they cuss. Don’t be a slob and then get mad when your children end up being slobs. I get good grades, respect my elders, be kind to others etc. because I value my education, treat others the way I want to be treated, not because I got beatings.
I’ve seen children get beat for doing something bad, then doing the same bad thing the next day. The child did the same thing because they still aren’t being raised right and they still have negative influences that encourage their behavior. I don’t understand why parents can’t make the connection between how a child’s environment can influence their negative behavior and how if they continue to be in that environment, their behavior will continue.
A beating isn’t a good motivation for change. Do you want your child to get good grades because they fear getting beat or because they value their education and know that education leads to success? If somehow a child does change because they got beat, it’s not because they have values, it’s because of fear of punishment. You have to raise your children to behave through knowing what’s right and what’s wrong, not through fear.
Parent’s need to step back and actually think about what causes their children’s negative behavior and try to remove negative influences from their child’s life, rather then being naive in believing that beating can change how their child behaves.
She should be on M!Countdown, Music Bank, Music Core, Inkigayo etc.
If rookie idols from nowhere can be on those shows, why can’t a talented singer like Michelle perform on those show like many other K-Pop idols do?
They playin’ my girl
Any Woojae fans wanna add English Subtitles to this?