How many times have you seen a video on a social network and wondered why the person who recorded it didn’t do anything? Well, a few days back, a user of TIC Toc one went up Video in which he openly expresses that he “want to read the comments why I did nothing instead of being taxed”.
The comments from the Keik Garingo Mata account accompany a controversial video in which a woman in a black hat can be seen with a girl and a stroller on Madero Street in the historic center. This street is one of the busiest in Mexico City, as it is completely pedestrianized and leads directly to the Zocalo.
In it video uploaded to tiktok, the woman shouts at the girl, who is believed to be her daughter. Although the audio is not clear, nor is the image, it is heard that he scolds her and says “They’re not going to bring you anything… Pink… Raja, forget it, Bridge…”
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Tiktok users have flared up in the comments of the video. “It mustn’t be his daughter, call the authorities”, “It hurt my soul, I couldn’t stop myself without saying anything, I think words hurt more than blows”, “When words hurt more than the blow”.
Given the rudeness the woman uses against the girl, many didn’t let this irony pass them by. “Are you scolding him or are you calling him a shot?”, “Are you scolding him or are you hitting him?”
Video: The mother scolded the alleged daughter and created a ruckus
@kikegarringomata I want to read your comments why I didn’t do anything instead of recording….. #female #abuseoriginalsound – Kike Garingo Mata
What is respectful parenting?
Although Child abuse should not be a matter of laughter or irony, far from being a widespread practice, but what happened on Madero Street sets the tone for a conversation about a topic that UNICEF recommends and that has a direct bearing on killing your children. or to educate, not by insulting them. them, ie positive or respected child,
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positive or respected child According to UNICEF, it is care for a child or adolescent that “does not involve abuse, physical, humiliating and cruel punishment, threats, yelling, scolding and crippling criticism”.
This exercise is carried out according to the development of faculties, the stage of the life cycle of development, the characteristics and circumstances of the girl, boy or adolescent, without resorting to violence, but respecting their human rights, which reinforces appropriate behavior. In a positive way without resorting to corporal punishment or cruel and degrading treatment.
6 Steps to Practicing Respectful Parenting
opportunities to exercise respectful parenting There are many. For example:
1. Celebrate the achievements and challenges faced by girls, boys and teens as a family.
2. Have face-to-face dialogue meetings to communicate a teaching or principle that you want me to include.
3. Ask questions in a respectful environment about the problematic situation, so they know what prompted them to behave this way and how they can resolve it.
4. Listen and understand their feelings and needs.
5. Encourage them to face the challenges and responsibilities of daily life.
6. Yell less and explain more, speak less and listen more.
respectful parenting This has become more entrenched among millennials and generation Z with kids who have formed groups on social networks to help each other and ask for advice, especially when it comes to tantrums.
as part of respectful parentingUNICEF recommends that parents stay calm in angry situations to reassure the child or teen.
Once calm, the adult can word the situation, describing the event, naming and validating their feelings: “I see you are angry because you want to touch the light socket.” wanted and I stopped you, I did it because it is dangerous”.
finally, with respectful parenting The adult offers them a viable alternative, as “no” generates frustration that can be overcome by opening up another possibility: “It’s not safe to play with the light socket, but what if we play with your ball”.
What do you think is the best option for educating children?
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