Research shows that most people think strict parenting produces better-behaved kids. However, research studies on discipline consistently show that strict, or authoritarian, child-raising actually produces kids with lower self-esteem who behave worse than other kids -- and therefore get punished more! Strict parenting actually creates behavior problems in children. Why?
In research on the behavioral evaluation of the child, the researcher Khaled Rusha  sets out a number of rules regulating the treatment steps. Before starting anything, he believes that correctly diagnosing the child will shorten the number of attempts to assess his disorder and his acute behavior.
The answer to the question "why?", Which explains the child's motivations, will be central before starting anything, as in the case of the child Ghassan. The diagnostic sessions have proved - with regard to the boy's behavior - that what stands behind his troubled behavior is negligence The psychological suffering of his family, as it is - instead of containment of his crisis - a great annoyance of what he does without trying to treatment.
According to Gasparino and Cotter,  depriving a child of positive behavior - such as affection and affection - stands strongly behind the moral breakdown that occurs to him, and failure to provide him with emotional and psychological support does the same. If we add to this what the Ghassan family did when it allowed this negative behavior to cause an imbalance in the relationship between the child and his / her father and to decrease his confidence in himself, the terms of Gasparino and Cotter for the destruction of the child's psyche would be fully realized.
These conditions are added to the fifth factor, which harms the psyche of the child when he attends, namely, the despair of evaluating the negative child's behavior, which prompts the child to try to compensate lost attention - from his parents - with striking behaviors that are not benign in any case. So studying the underlying causes behind the behavior is the first step in children's assessment, which is why Roche advises parents - and educators in general - to know what they are before trying to cure.
Then there are some helpful questions, such as the question of the history of negative behavior, its development and its direct stimuli: When does it start with the child? How did it evolve? In what particular situations does this behavior activate? If we answer this, then we went to determine the mood of the child in the practice of his bad behavior: Does his behavior that he enjoyed or do with distress and depression? Then, before embarking on the treatment, we turn to the last answer to this question: Have the parents exercised beatings and rebukes towards the child to discourage him from that behavior? When was that and how was the impact? If these answers were limited, the path was easy to treat, which helps specialists if the ability of parents to do so.