Parents who spank boards
These guidelines relate to the corporal punishment of very young children and teenagers, the use of objects in corporal punishment, injury, and effective alternatives to corporal punishment, among others. Not scared as in scared of their love ppl seem to make these threads go there but scared as in parents not tolerating foolishness. Now he's really starting to mouth off and he's been getting spanked more. A few friends of mine were talking about it and what I realised was that we all meant different things when we talked of "a spanking. But many readers are still defending corporal punishment: Hitting is lazy and stupid.
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He hated it and said it didn't make any difference in their behavior - it just made them angrier and want to act out more. That and the humiliation. It surprises people that survivors of childhood violence love their parents. Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch'intrate. My mother was also abused as a child and was not able to overcome the behavior that was modeled to her. Although the judge did express some reservations about corporal punishment, he ruled that parents who use it "reasonably" shouldn't be subject to criminal prosecution.
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Girls shoes size I understand that there are shades of gray here and nothing is absolute. I don't think I will because I was spanked a lot and it did not teach me anything. The principle behind it was that parents needed some latitude to discipline their children as they saw fit. She loved them, but they had problems and she swore that she would raise her children differently.
I also have never spanked them with my bare hands on their bottoms His approval is based on "thousands of years of parenting," the American College of Pediatricians, and Section 43 of our Criminal Code. It can be effective for little ones. Section 43 gives protection from prosecution to school teachers, parents or persons acting in place of a parent, like a babysitter, to use reasonable force on a pupil or child as a means of correction. Mind you, I'm not disagreeing with you; just pointing out some of the potential inconsistencies.