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Spanking is freakin' heinous. I was subject to it as a kid… never, never again. Neeeeeeeveeeeeeer.
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Flesh203 wrote:

leave the religous stuff else where please this website is about animes this whole religous crap and beating kids is way off topic infact i got the right mind to report this thread its way off topic for what these forums should be used for....


If you are interested primarily in Anime discussions, then you should frequent the Anime forum. The General Discussion forum is the right place for a wide variety of topics ranging from silly to serious--because many of us who watch anime are also interested in other things going on in the world or in other people's heads.

It's often easy to tell from a thread title or the opening post if a subject will interest you or not, and you may choose not to read those that aren't to your taste.
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Probably raise my kids with fear.

As long as they do nothing wrong, then they have nothing to fear.
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Flesh203 wrote: leave the religous stuff else where please this website is about animes this whole religous crap and beating kids is way off topic infact i got the right mind to report this thread its way off topic for what these forums should be used for....
I guess you are new to forums (in general) and maybe can't deal well with religion, either so good luck reporting every thread that isn't about anime at all... -___-

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anzn wrote:

You mean discipline?


    If you define discipline as death.
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    I think most children are hit. Personally, my grandmother would often hit me with objects. I've had shoes, belts, etc. This is ridiculous, though. Giving a child a couple of whacks for misbehaving is one thing, but it takes a lot more zealous to beat a child to death. It's obvious these people can't discern between discipline and mutilation.
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What does being "older" and a Christian have to do with corporal punishment?Not all older christians are on board with "Spare the rod and spoil the child "rhetoric.Using objects on kids as methods of corporal punishment is just abuse.Parents that employ such brutal methods are just venting their frustration and ensure that this type of abuse is carried on to the next generation .
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I dont think violence would be for childrens' favor if they are about 4 but many grown ups do need violence.

When children are like 10- 13, one or two slaps might be a very important lesson to them for they may be doing something that would kill them(or smt have equal vitality).

But age 4 ? What? Can they even talk at age 4?



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ayaundwolf wrote: I think most children are hit. Personally, my grandmother would often hit me with objects. I've had shoes, belts, etc. This is ridiculous, though. Giving a child a couple of whacks for misbehaving is one thing, but it takes a lot more zealous to beat a child to death. It's obvious these people can't discern between discipline and mutilation.
Well I feel this was more a problem of adopting children.. where there was too many to deal with and didn't make a personal relationship with the adopted ones that made them feel less for them (as to why they was maybe more damaged? or they think that black skin is allways possed or something that it needs another wipe for such "sins".... )

pirththee wrote: and ensure that this type of abuse is carried on to the next generation .
Yup or if used "right"... then it could make them avoid all cind of bad stuff or behavior.
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    I can't really say if this is a race issue, but I also can't say it never went through my head. Some adopted children live fantastic lives while others don't. It's unfortunate, but I don't think the problem here is adoption, it's inherently the parents. Though I find it funny that nothing is mentioned about the white children.

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TheAtaKhan wrote:

But age 4 ? What? Can they even talk at age 4?


Yes, they can. They start talking around three and pick up sentence structure fairly quickly, so it's just a matter of learning vocabulary.


Freddy96NO wrote:
Well I feel this was more a problem of adopting children.. where there was too many to deal with and didn't make a personal relationship with the adopted ones that made them feel less for them (as to why they was maybe more damaged? or they think that black skin is allways possed or something that it needs another wipe for such "sins".... )


I don't agree entirely with this point. While they did have many adopted children, I think that it wasn't a lack of a personal relationship that caused the abuse. It was more likely that they beat her to death because they loved her. Everyone talks about love being a struggle between following your heart or brain, but following your heart entirely is a really bad idea. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and more often than not, "love" gone wrong. It may have been possible that they had too many children to discipline properly so beating them was just easier.

The surviving sister said it best: 'Why did you adopt her? To kill her?'
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote: I don't agree entirely with this point. While they did have many adopted children, I think that it wasn't a lack of a personal relationship that caused the abuse. It was more likely that they beat her to death because they loved her.
Cind of what I meant, that they can love them and what not but if it was more of an connection they would feel them being like you (a human being) that knows when to stop and what you should and should not do!
But yes love can be an awfull thing indeed, really when its so stuck in boths head and where even those being hurt comes back for more even if it means death... :/ ;( you could say its somewhat mind controlling and will allways make you unfixable but you can "repair" the damages but it will never go away) you can also just think of all the husbands that had to drink alcohol but becomes a problem and she knows its not fully him but becomes sweeter or her "real" husband afterwards and one of the reasons being with him or hiding things from others.


Everyone talks about love being a struggle between following your heart or brain, but following your heart entirely is a really bad idea. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and more often than not, "love" gone wrong. It may have been possible that they had too many children to discipline properly so beating them was just easier.
I would never say its easier but some times it can and better (sometimes you just have to take a stand and dominate the area around you) XP

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It is scary how people in this thread say that beating kids is OK. When an adult beats a kid he/ she is just showing that he cannot deal with a situation. They only beat the kid because they have a size advantage. Do you also think it's OK for adults that are bigger / stronger than others to beat their counterparts when frustrated? Is it OK for a kid to beat the crap out of their parents when he grows up and now is stronger than them?

Sorry to say, but there are some pretty ridiculous comments here.
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Haruna-kai wrote:


Flesh203 wrote:

leave the religous stuff else where please this website is about animes this whole religous crap and beating kids is way off topic infact i got the right mind to report this thread its way off topic for what these forums should be used for....


Sorry to say you can report it all you want, which looks like you did but this is in the general forums, which is allowed. They didn't break any of the rules by posting it.


+1 for beating me to the punch by an eternity.


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Probably raise my kids with fear.

As long as they do nothing wrong, then they have nothing to fear.


Hahaha, I used to think the same way before I had to actually deal with them. Actually dealing with them face to face is very, very different. I never thought I'd change, even if I did end up dealing with kids, but damned if I'm not constantly accident proofing my house.


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But age 4 ? What? Can they even talk at age 4?





Oh, most certainly! The kids I've dealt with have all picked up basic word structure around 2, and one of them was able to speak in full sentences intelligently before even hitting 3.
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WarofDeath wrote:


TheAtaKhan wrote:

But age 4 ? What? Can they even talk at age 4?


Oh, most certainly! The kids I've dealt with have all picked up basic word structure around 2, and one of them was able to speak in full sentences intelligently before even hitting 3.


That's pretty impressive! The kids I've dealt with have all been really quiet and only say independent words when they're two. The boys so far have all been way behind the girls though, some of them wouldn't utter a peep until they were three.
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Kitahoshi_Hazel wrote:

That's pretty impressive! The kids I've dealt with have all been really quiet and only say independent words when they're two. The boys so far have all been way behind the girls though, some of them wouldn't utter a peep until they were three.


Thank you! I'm extremely proud of all of them. The furthest behind I've had was one of the girls, but it's more of a stubborn issue than being slower than the others. She just wants to hang on to the baby ways. They've all been pretty good so far, I'm hoping the trend continues with the next one about to round the corner into Talking Town.

Oops, haha! I should probably stop blabbering on before I get slapped on the wrist for veering off topic so far!
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