Parents spank their children much more often than they admit and for trivial misbehaviors, suggest the just-published results of a study based on real-time home audio recordings. The study also found that parents tend to strike their children out of anger and quite quickly after the children misbehaved — in other words, not as last resort. The children in the study who were hit or slapped by their parents typically misbehaved again within 10 minutes. On average, parents hit or spanked just half a minute after the conflict began. The findings were not officially published, however, until Monday, when they appeared in the Journal of Family Psychology.
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My students always say that it's the attention to detail, but I can't imagine that anyone else goes to the trouble of using only hand-carved Honduran mahogany paddles and natural-boar-bristle hairbrushes. Pain is a factor, as is pleasure, but there's no one word to accurately describe the appeal of the erotic spanking. Like I said, the only word to accurately describe it is delightful. For one thing, the region favored by the modern spankhound — the Lower Ass Valley just north of the Upper Thigh Province — is a tender zone that, when smacked just right, rouses the neighboring genitals in both men and women. And of course there's the humiliation aspect, which we all need in order to feel loved.
“That’s How I Was Raised” and Other Reasons We Spank Our Kids
According to a study published in the Journal of American Academy of Pediatrics, there are serious consequences to applying physical punishment to kids. Lina Acosta Sandaal, an expert in child and adolescent development and infant and early childhood mental health, has this to say about spanking: The statistics and multiple negative outcomes of children that are disciplined with corporal punishment are well known to those who work with children. They also found that the older the age of the child, the greater the negative outcomes. Source: GoodMenProject. It is too easy for a frustrated parent to cross the line from spanking to abusing.
LaShaun Williams has a different take on that…. Spanking has become a highly debated form of discipline in recent times, with some arguing swats on the bottom are crimes. A generation ago, most kids felt the sting of a belt.