Aint that the truth!. .. Sit the down because it's time for some childhood psychology and behavior management. What we have here is a misunderstand of the following terms: discipline an
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Aint that the truth!

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Submitted: 12/27/2012
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#31 - therulethirtyfour (12/27/2012) [+] (12 replies)
Sit the **** down because it's time for some childhood psychology and behavior management.

What we have here is a misunderstand of the following terms: discipline and punishment. There is a difference, one which is not made above.

Spanking is what's called "positive punishment" because you're adding a stimulus (the "positive") in order to reduce a behavior that the parent views as adverse (reducing a behavior = punishment). It's been proven over and over again that punishment without the use of positive reinforcement (adding stimulus in order to increase a behavior) is not as effective as punishment when paired with positive reinforcement. Punishing a child for an adverse behavior will most likely cause that child to engage in avoidance or escapist behaviors; they won't perform the "bad behavior" (at least in a way they will be caught) and will behave in a way to avoid the spanking. Positive reinforcement promotes good behavior. Instead of having kids avoid adverse behaviors they are promoted to perform good behaviors.

Discipline is most effective when both reinforcement and punishment are present. For example, spanking can be used when a child performs an adverse behavior (such as swearing or stealing) but reinforcement should be used when they do well (such as good grades, telling the truth). When punishment is the only discipline used then kids will not know how to act; they'll only know how to not act. When replacement behaviors (behaviors that are designed to replace adverse behaviors) are not present there's a behavioral vacuum created in which kids will default to adverse behaviors.

So, OP, spanking alone will not prevent little ***** from being little ***** . Being a good role model, reinforcing positive behaviors, and showing them how to be decent human beings will.
#56 - sweetellie ONLINE (12/27/2012) [+] (6 replies)
My mum never hit me and I still have manners and decency.
My mum never hit me and I still have manners and decency.
#178 - pukingrainbows (12/28/2012) [+] (1 reply)
ITT: people with no kids saying how people should raise their kids
ITT: people with no kids saying how people should raise their kids
#4 - somethingzzz (12/27/2012) [+] (3 replies)
studies have actually shown physical discipline is bad for a childs physche. it triggers our pain reaction center which tells us to be afraid and to not go near them, while a childs brain is telling them to seek their parents for everything they need. this can potentially create a multitude of issues later in life. while discipline IS important, physical is not the way to do it, it does not teach right from wrong it only instills fear.
User avatar #109 - drolejonque (12/28/2012) [+] (1 reply)
People always get butthurt about these posts.
User avatar #53 - axtinguisher (12/27/2012) [-]
Heck, OP is right - if we spank kids to death they won't grow up! Brilliant!
User avatar #359 - ThatsSoFunnyHeHe (12/28/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Anyone who supports this is some kid who got hit by his parents and wants to justify it.
All the kids I in my school who steal and do drugs were punished physically when they were kids.
User avatar #369 to #359 - jippoman (12/28/2012) [-]
they probably werent raised right either, there is a difference between physical punishment and physical abuse. Im assuming most of those kids have alcoholic parents that could give a **** less what their kids do.
#27 - kirbeee (12/27/2012) [+] (3 replies)
With the right choice of words, you don't need physical contact to get the point across.
User avatar #35 to #27 - ilovehitler (12/27/2012) [-]
Especially if you're the dragonborn.
User avatar #209 - bitchpleaseshutup ONLINE (12/28/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I was beaten as a kid and now I'm showing sociopathic tendencies My dad was an alcohol.
#23 - imcoolashell (12/27/2012) [+] (2 replies)
=====the kid being spanked looks like he's having the time of his life
#36 - NhuckCorris (12/27/2012) [+] (3 replies)
**** yeah dad!
#7 - moyete (12/27/2012) [-]
Dat Ass!
#196 - zanxoo ONLINE (12/28/2012) [+] (1 reply)
#172 - drastronomy (12/28/2012) [-]
Correction
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#171 - Viggiator (12/28/2012) [-]
This is by far the stupidest 						********					 i've seen on funnyjunk in a looooong time.   
No 						*******					 logic.
This is by far the stupidest ******** i've seen on funnyjunk in a looooong time.
No ******* logic.
#170 - anonymousnorris (12/28/2012) [-]
Any smart parent can come up with a better punishment that teaches the child a lesson, and that isn't physically harmful.
User avatar #138 - shards ONLINE (12/28/2012) [+] (1 reply)
It's not that simple really. Getting slapped a few times as a child doesn't make all the problems magically go away.
User avatar #114 - rapsuskiller (12/28/2012) [-]
You guys seriously are calling a small physical punishement "severe" or "painfull"? Of course it hurts, but that is what is meant for. If the child sees doing something bad hurts him then he won´t keep doing it. I´m not saying to hit a child for anything. Just a little slap overtime to teach him. That, the hability to put a kid in his place when he deserves it, shows you are a caring father. My dad used to give me slaps in the back of my head when I did something bad, and through that I learned the meaning of responsability. Don´t be that much of little yelling girls, guys. It´s just a little slap, it´s mostly meant to teach, not to hurt the kid. No caring father wants to hurt his son.
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