You would think that USA would have gotten the number 1 spot. Either way its the parents job to watch their kids if not the governments, but hey with so much problems in the world.
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Ok, I'm going to be one to open this can of worms...
Disciplining children by way of punishment (flabbergasting, isn't it?). Now there is a difference between disciplining your child and abusing your child. I'm not ruling out physical punishment, such as the odd slap across the face, or spanking their bottom (you can laugh at this one, it's ok, I'm laughing at that too), or manual labour.
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An almighty clout across the back or side of the head, it soon learns 'em.
Corporal punishment seems to work best and leaves the most lasting impression when the kids are little. A light swat to the rear and the kid will run off crying and acting like the parent just beat the hell out of them. They learn quick not to do things that invite mom and dad's wrath....which acts to modify future behavior. I think later in life physical disipline is more likely to breed fear, anger, and resentment towards the parents.
the most important thing is to not discipline your children without reasons, and to explain why you are doing it. This way it shouldn't breed fear, anger and resentment