Experts suggest ways to correct habits that keep us from resting well
Verified by Psychology Today
because it isn't the responsibility of the prison system to make people behave according to the law.
Individuals possess free will;they are in fact free...and can do what they choose to do,good or bad,law abiding-or law breaking.
The consequences for not adhering to law are published and well disseminated.Punishment by imprisonment is intended to be a deterent to crime;to discourage people from engaging in behaviors that historically,have been found to be at odds with the public good.
There's nothing any of us can do-nor all of us!- to stop anyone from behaving in ways that have been deemed inappropriate for living in a society such as exists today or ever.
But you what bothers me about this situation most? It ain't the idiots that couldn't follow the rules that landed them in prison: it's a person with a doctoral degree that spent all those years studying and couldn't this out.I never finished any school I ever went to.
Just exactly what,is her problem?
Ensure that children are safe in their homes, schools, and community.
What is the answer to preventing youth and school violence?
Aggressive Behavior Among Young Children and When to Seek Evaluation
Get the help you need from a therapist near you–a FREE service from Psychology Today.