'twas a good thing for me! and also a bad thing cuz I stole. But a good thing because I can get crafty revenges
I know a lot of people who should have gotten a bullet to the head but does that mean I'm right? Am I a good judge of who gets a bullet and who doesn't?
How can you compare shooting someone with a bullet to a spanking? They are totally different. Smh
The beauty of an analogy
The point is just because you think someone deserves s punishment does not mean they actually deserve it
But it's not your business on how parents decide to discipline their children. I don't see a lot of you people complain about parents who feed their children unhealthy meals, allowing them to watch TV, own phones at the age of 2 even though it's considered dangerous by many pediatrics. The excuse is always "There's no right way to raise a child." However, when it comes to spanking, all of a sudden the PC police come out telling parents how detrimental corporal punishment is yet there is no evidence that it's bad unless they are beaten badly. I guess that's why kids today are becoming a lot more disrespectful.
It is my business to give an opinion on the matter
And that's totally fine, as do I too.
I'm not telling parents how to raise their kids. If someone wants to spank their child they can go right ahead. My parents were spanked and paddled in the 50s. They grew up fine and never laid a hand on me.
Still, it is my firm belief that spanking a child is completely unnecessary. It doesn't teach any lesson other than "don't get caught" and "it's okay to hurt people if I feel they deserve it." Spanking is the easy way out for parents who aren't creative enough to find other ways to discipline.
I still believe spanking is necessary for misbehaved children. I don't see how it teaches children to "not get caught". That can happen to any child being disciplined, spanked or not. Whether you say you're not telling parents how to raise their children you still judge them for it as you did with "anonymous". Example, comparing spanking to shooting. The government is already thinking about enforcing laws against corporal punishment. Sounds to me that parents are already being told how to raise their kids.
The idea is that you explain to the child why what they did was wrong and that they should never do it, then it educates them on the matter. When you only inflict punishment, the child doesn't know the activity is wrong but that rather they had better not be caught doing it.
Even if studies strongly suggest physical punishment reduces one's "amazingness", how it affected me as an individual seems complete conjecture.
Having said that, it would love to know how it affected me personally.
If a child is being unbearably cruel, then I think a spanking is in order.
Children have to be taught there are CONSEQUENCES, and 'time out' just doesn't cut it.
You always preaching to me about sadism
Yet you got a a cat busting the hell outta that animal
Hypocrisy over and over
fuzala it always so entertaining when you prove to me and the whole world what an idiot you are.
I don't know if it's a communication problem or if you're just as stupid in your own native language.
Really? You're going to equate a Warner's cartoon from the thirties to a video of a cat being mauled by dogs?
I’m just as stupid in my native language
Well at least you have a sense of humor.
And what I've noticed is these people do it when they're angry or frustrated
So it's kinda like parents having a tantrum when they lay out a can of ass whooping
Kinda hard to spank a kid when you're calm, eh?
I swear kids learn much more from what they see
Telling them doesn't become enough until later
That part takes longer to learn
Short story about my two friends and their child I think you'll enjoy:
So initially they said they wouldn't spank their daughter. She (the child) had gotten to this stage (1 or 2 yrs old) where she would hit people and her parents would tell her, "no, you're not supposed to hit people." And she listened. Several months to a year later, the girl was throwing a fit and at a loss her dad ended up spanking her a few times. She immediately told him, "no! You're not supposed to hit people, daddy!" And so he never did it again (even though he never really intended to in the first place). But it just goes to show that children listen and they can logically comprehend things like rules and examples you impose. If you're raising your kid right, you don't have to spank them.
Parenting is hard and I'm not a parent so I shouldn't act all high and mighty towards the ones that choose spanking
And you're right, I did enjoy it
Thank you Dr. Spock for those words of wisdom.
Most people dislike finishing that sentence that way...since it might somehow admit to some shame or failure.
That was the only punishment I found for topics
I'm not one the people who's ever said that, but I've not imagined much about how "amazing" I might have been if not for being raised with corporal punishment, either.
I HAVE speculated a bit, about how being beaten or spanked might affect one's feelings of self-worth, when a kid isn't even quite sure what they did wrong.
(-Janet don't post something dirty- -Janet don't post something dirty- -Janet Don't Post Something dirty- I think there is a reason for spanking being where it is, because our butts can take pain they cuishon our falls to prevent bone fractures.........also if he doesn't spank me how will I learn....DAMMIT JANET!!!
I spanked my kids when they misbehaved and they turned out great, couldn't ask for better men.
You spare the rod you spoil the child.