Would you ignore a child whose kicking the wall?
I did this at one point in the quiet room at school when I was six years old and my teachers basically just ignored it and I eventually stopped once I realized that they weren't coming back in. However when I did this at home my stepmother came in immediately and told me to stop kicking the wall ( the wall at my house didn't feel very strong so she was probably afraid I'd kick a hole in the wall). As for the question well I think it depends on how strong the wall is, For example if it's a strong wall then in that case yes I definitely agree with ignoring it. If It's the type of wall that can be damaged easily then no I wouldn't ignore it because if they end up damaging the wall then that's bad. So do you agree with ignoring behavior like this?
- LoganLv 510 months ago
They ignored you because they knew you'd stop if you weren't getting attention for it. If I was your step mother I'd have let you kick a hole in the wall and then made you learn how to replaster it. Useful skill in the long run but you also wouldn't be kicking any more holes in walls.
- Anonymous10 months ago
No.. I would take a belt to the little brat's butt, then put him to bed.
- 10 months ago
Yes i ignore all human beings even if they are little
- JoyaSeeLv 710 months ago
No, I would not - we do not treat property disrespectfully.
They would also help repair whatever damage was caused.
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- KDB KathLv 610 months ago
No, the real problem is you don't have any activity or do something useful for your parents and yourself, instead of making a lot of noise inside your room. kicking a wall is too childish for your age.
- BobLv 510 months ago
Personally, it would depend on the situation and I wouldn't automatically say anything to a child who's kicking a wall but, god help me, I can NEVER miss an opportunity to say something when I encounter people online who don't know the difference between whose and who's.
- As Mad As BirdsLv 710 months ago
I might, depending on the circumstances. If I did intervene, it would be in a minimal way. I'd pick up the child or quietly escort them to a safe place for them to continue to express their frustration.