Why Spanking Doesn’t Work – According to a new analysis

February 6, 2012 at 11:51 pm Leave a comment

Okay I admit it, I grew up in a household where I was spanked! There I said it! I know there are many of you who are strong believers of corporal punishment, as well as those who believe there is another way to parent. To thine own self be true.. I truly believe in moderation, a well placed tap on the rear is sufficient to modify our children’s behavior when necessary. Click on the link and read the article. Let me know your thoughts. I’ll be waiting!



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