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Doesn’t stop the unwanted behavior

Leads to fear and avoidance.

child(ren) become sneaky.

You become a model for aggression.

Spanking doesn’t stop when the lesson is learned.

It stops when the spanker is tired.

Creates new concerns

because now the child(ren) is/ are angry.

It may not teach appropriate behavior.

The child(ren )may want to strike back.

Forces you to find an alternate means of discipline.

Spankings become more severe as the child(ren) grow older.

Child(ren) doesn’t learn inner (self) control.

Child(ren) may take the spanking in order to go on with the risky behavior.