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Spanking Can Be an Appropriate Form of Child Discipline
Though some contend any form of physical correction equates to child abuse, there is a giant chasm between a mild spanking properly administered out of love and an out-of-control adult venting their emotions by physically abusing a child. Unfortunately, each of us enters this world with desires that are selfish, unkind, and harmful to others and ourselves. It is vital, however, that spanking be administered within proper guidelines. The reports about the punishment meted out by Peterson to his son, and the consequent injuries his son suffered, indicate his behavior on that occasion was far outside those boundaries. These kinds of experiences are why this whole issue is fraught with controversy — a child should never be abused.
Father spanking son (5-7) on lap (B&W) - stock photo
There's no denying that the topic of spanking is a hot-button issue. But whether or not it's OK to spank your own child isn't at the center of one dad's post that's lighting up Reddit this week. Instead, the question of what you would do if someone else spanked your kid has people debating what the appropriate response would be and they're getting pretty heated in the process. In his anonymous post, the father explained that he's a single dad who's been staunchly opposed to spanking his kid for years.
A quarter of new dads feel socially isolated , and supports for fathers tend to be lacking, even though this generation is more involved in parenting than ever before. We hope this series will get dads talking: to each other, to their partners, and online. But I felt profoundly sad for this preschooler as well as his dad, who was clearly on his last nerve trying to get his kid in the effing car. My husband has the patience of a saint, but I hate watching this scenario play out, especially since our kid like a lot of children tends to respond more calmly to me, his mom. Which begs the question: why is it that so many dads struggle with discipline?