Does Scaring Children work as Discipline?

In America many parents and teachers resort to harsh forms of threats and discipline.

Most children are spanked throughout their childhood and at least one third of them become sexually abused (in my consulting practice and research 8 out of 10 American women have been either molested or raped)

The video clearly shows a few of the common disciplinarian brutalities.
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One Response to Does Scaring Children work as Discipline?

  1. Ryan Walsh says:

    Does Scaring Children work as Discipline?

    Worked for me.