I'm not saying kids should fear their parents but they should at least fear the repercussions of their actions!
@Kayda, exactly, the kid needs to be explained what they did to get the punishment they did, and to be honest to why it's something that's bad. It's more easier to remember for them if explained. Tho sandals/physical punishments is a really cheap method for impatient/lazy parents tbh, and ineffective in the long run
@Kayda, if you aren’t scared of that specific octave your parents hit when you really fvcked up your parents didn’t do enough. Everyone knows that tone they hit when even Jesus couldn’t save you from that ass whooping you just brought on yourself
@BigJohnson86, I'm maybe not the best person to judge haha, my parents were really abusive lol. Buuuuut I turned out fine! And have a good moral compass, I mean I can't even litter XD
Why on earth would that any different now?
@Hoopscallion, I’d say because this generation is a lot more sensitive and a parent would get CPS called on them in a heartbeat
@xxTrashBoatxx, i don't think that's true. Those things are always the extreme case and always happened, we just didn't have the internet to hear about it. Thank you for explaining it though, that would make sense if that's what they were thinking
@Hoopscallion, a friend of mine had his kid taken by CPS because his baby mommas kid said that her mom hit her. That’s all it took
@Hoopscallion, meanwhile I used to get my ass beat in public when I was a kid
@xxTrashBoatxx, right. But i think that would have happened 20 years ago as well. Stuff like that is very unfortunate and I'm sorry for your friend, but it is not a story unique to today. That's all I meant
@xxTrashBoatxx, I always hear two things, either CPS will do absolutely NOTHING about actual abuse OR they take away your child if you cough in their general direction, So which one is it?????
@420coolguy69, sadly both. It’s like the kids that are actually in abusive families either get ignored or they get taken but put right back into the abusive parents’ custody. But then the times where families are just struggling or trying to discipline their kids, then CPS wanna be the “heroes”
Don't want to start an argument but I'm on the fence about things like spanking. On one hand it does help children behave. In the other, there are negative psychological effects on people. Also, positive reinforcement works more often than negative. (ps. My family did this and I feel I did turn out okay)
@A Math Dealer, I feel like it really depends on the parent and the child. I think it's a method but I'm sure tons of parents with crappy kids find a way to make them better without it. I think I would need to study up on it a bit more. I think I was once or twice but I dont think I have learned anything from it. It only made me afraid. Which can be helpful but I think it's better for kids to do things out of respect than fear. Easier said than done though.
@stormageddon98, problem is that it can be difficult to distinguish between parents with a crappy kid and crappy parents with an otherwise normal kid. In a household where parents treat their kids like shjt it's not too much of a stretch to see how those kids might not end up being the most balanced of individuals.
Kids should always respect their parents until their parents give them a reason not to. A physical threat my be effective but it should be backed up by actual parenting and compassion. Intimidation should never be a substitute for actual parenting.
@TheWhiteWolf, I'm only 20 so I dont know anything about parenting. So I can hardly comment.
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That one time I won was because my cousin accidentally got in the way of the chancla's precise trajectory.
@DJ MayDay, rip your cousin
Why won’t kids these days understand that...?