posted on Feb, 3 2013 @ 12:38 PM
Originally posted by lacrimaererum
reply to post by CthulhuMythos
how is it then, that in all the countries were hitting your kids is not permitted, all the kids don't run out onto the road and die?
the kids weren't trained in road safety by hitting them and they survived. wow.
so , u think kids remember something better if you smack them. that's some parenting.
Don't be an ass, I very rarely had to smack my children, but on occasion it did happen after numerous warnings I may add.
I used the running on the road as an example. I do not know what the statistics of the number of children killed running out on the road or children
who just run out on the road are in other countries or indeed this country for comparison, do you?
Don't sit there and think you can question my parenting skills, if you actually knew me that would be the last thing you would question about me. I
have 3 children who ALWAYS get 'very polite' and 'very well behaved' in their school reports, unlike a lot of their classmates who are very cheeky
to their teachers, throw things about the class (and sometimes at the teacher) and are very badly behaved regardless of how much the teacher shouts at
I have noticed a decline in children's bahaviour in schools over the years, oddly enough it started when the use of the belt in school was removed
and teachers were not allowed to discipline children for bad behaviour. When I was at school, even the 'hard nut' kids had some respect for their
teachers and certainly for the headmaster, that is something that seems all but gone in schools today (having worked in one I know from first hand
This type of behaviour is not limited to within school either, I see it out of school and even when kids come round to see my kids in my home.