Parents Being Too Lax? 70 replies

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#71 12 years ago

I have an idea for spanking kids, please read.

A long time ago, I used to be really bad when I was in New Jersey, I never hurt people, but I would play and get in trouble. I think I got in trouble for like three weeks straight. For all those days for three or so weeks I got my ass beat and now I am making A's and B's in school so that says something.

On the other hand I have a stupid half brother who is ignorant and disrepsectful. He's been beat numerous times and not just by my mom either. He's supposed to be in the house at 6:00 every day when he comes in at 12:00-2:00 most of the times. He's fourteen.

I show much respect and he shows none. But one thing is for sure, after I knocked the hell out of him a few times, he did stop disrespecting my mom to her face, although he'll run his big lips from a distance.

Simply whooping kids won't work for some and for some it will. But the even bigger point is that pain stops people, just like in a fight, too much pain and you can beat your opponent down. But controlling kids makes them do the exact opposite just as the saying goes. Although my mom now says that if I wanted to go hang out with a girl or whatever, I could. Note: I'm 17 now but I have my freedom and I stay in the house all the time...

You don't just need to hit kids, you need to show them why you hit them and they need to be disciplined. If they break something in your house, force them to run a mile or something. Something positive that will make them better in the long run. Don't let them run your house, they are the child and you are the parent.

As far as raping, I think it's sick. I mean it should not happen period, yet it happens far too often. I have no true idea why, but I believed it was because the fathers were not getting any. How does raping your child give you power if I may ask, just wondering?

Girls should not wear bad language clothing either, it's just not ethical.