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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 04, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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DISCIPLINE TO MENTAL AND' MORAL NEEDS
The arrows indicate the location of CAUTION. In the, type at the left
the caution bump is small. This boy already shows a snappy, alert, com
mercial turn of mind. He will not be handicapped in play or business by
fear of going ahead
The boy at the right is the VITAL type, with caution well developed.
He'll be inclined to be timid and retiring. He should never be frightened
as punishment.
BY MRS. MINNA S. PARKS
.' Noted Character Analyst
' (Lesson Three.) '
Just as play should be designed to
bring out a child's best qualities, so
discipline should be adapted to its
mental and moral needs. '
Thoughtless punishments are
worse than useless.
Many a, life has been wrecked in
youth.
n a general way the three temper
aments, VITAL, MOTIVE and MEN
TAL, give parents the key to the
most effective correctives to employ.
Anger should never enter into
punishments. Discipline is toi teach
the child its proper place in the world
and to help it govern itself.
First of all, do not use so many
"don'ts." Instead substitute a lot of
J "do's." Direct your youngster away
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