Physical Discipline It is not that bad

Every parent wants their child to be successful. Successful people are self-disciplined.
You have to physically discipline your child

Loving, physical discipline is more effective than other forms of non-physical punishment

Physical discipline creates a strong, involuntary response to behave.

Physical discipline teaches a child that his actions have consequences and teaches them to have a certain amount of forethought when making decisions. Like playing a song on an instrument, the child must be taught how to do things correctly before they're able to make something pleasing on their own

Children that have been physically disciplined are more likely to lead fulfilling, satisfying lives than those who were either not physically disciplined or not disciplined at all.

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