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Describe it to yourself, spell it out loud: There’s also a misconception that only “bad” parents abuse their children.
This couldn’t be farther from the truth: spanking, beating, popping, or swatting our children is all the same.
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In a heartbreaking experiment that demonstrates just how easy it is to lose control, and just how often people hit their children without realizing it, Spankings were administered for shockingly small infractions: touching a storybook, sucking fingers.
Thumb through advice questions on mom-blogs or a Facebook groups, where on any day of the week, a parents asks advice about how to discipline her child and see the standard responses: the child needs a good old-fashioned “pop,” or a “swat.” Occasionally, we’ll substitute “paddle,” but only if the kid is especially bad.
Parents who believe they are calm when they’re implementing physical discipline would be shocked to know that these women all struck their children in anger, even hitting for hitting.
Interestingly, parents involved in this study believed themselves to be level-headed, and that they rarely spanked (some reporting spanking less than once per month).
And the evidence shows that spanking does work, but only if that threat of violence is immediately present and, even then, only because you’re threatening your children – who are dependent on you for their food, shelter and clothing – with physical violence.
Many parents, who buck against the idea of giving up spanking, give the rally-cry of, “but I was spanked as a child, and I’m fine!