argued that spanking
is "common sense'' discipline that helps children grow up to be respectful adults.
Borba also discourages spanking
because it only temporarily stops the negative behavior being disciplined, and the behavior is likely to resurface because the child is not being taught how to act any other way.
Prosecutor Gareth Roberts said that the degradation caused by the spanking
was an aggravating feature.
Though Canada ratified the Convention in 1991, spanking
remains legal and widely practised.
The more spanking
the, the slower the development of the child's mental ability.
Compared with no spanking
, both high-frequency and low-frequency spanking
by mothers at ages 3 years and 5 years were strongly associated with significantly higher levels of externalizing behaviors at age 9 years.
It is just that there are better ways for parents to discipline kids than spanking
," Fornari said.
City Talk took to the streets and asked residents what they think is the best way to discipline a child, and if spanking
is necessary in certain cases.
The former insurance worker has advertised spanking
auditions on social networking site gumtree.
The books, she says, can be to do with anything but spanking
does seem "reasonably popular" - hence a new title called The True Confessions of a London Spank Daddy by a 55-year-old anonymous lawyer who spanks women on demand (though his wife knows nothing of it).
She was obviously upset by your sudden spanking
request - and I think you could have built up to that a bit more sensitively - but this isn't helping.
We said we do a variety of things and one of them is spanking
occasionally, and she said that wasn't allowed," Ernst recalls.