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Subject: Re: Age Regression for errant adults.

Ms. Gertrude (agreeable)
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Date Posted: 15:35:56 01/01/15 Thu
In reply to: Jeff N 's message, "Age Regression for errant adults." on 17:31:40 12/29/14 Mon

>Some people seem to "take forever" to grow up and be
>mature in their attitude and/or actions. While some
>women have this problem, it appears to me that it's us
>guys who are in need of some sort of "guidance". In
>fact, a lot of us guys are just little boys most of
>the time. I admit that we do eventually "wise up" with
>age, but until then, living with us can be
>disappointing and sometimes aggravating.
>Young boys (teenagers included) are punished for
>inappropriate behavior or for substandard
>accomplishments. I feel that the same methods that are
>used on boys by their mothers should be used by their
>girlfriends and/or wives. Over the lap bare bottom
>spankings, stand in the corner, extra chores, writing
>assignments, mouth-soaping, and early bed-times will
>teach valuable lessons. Combining any of them for
>repeat offenses should convince even the most stubborn
>young man to change his ways. After all doesn't a hard
>head make for a soft bottom?

I could not agree more. There is a boy who writes on the forum who is like this. Even though he is in his late 20s, he still lives with his mother, yet does not work or go to school or do chores. He does not help pay bills or buy the food. I spoke with a past girlfriend who stated he can be disrespectful. And despite my trying to help him, he has not made progress. Finally I spoke to his mother and she and I both agreed it was time for her to take his underpants down and begin spankings again. Well he got his first one yesterday and has many more coming, if he doesn't shape up. He is aware I am posting this, but said he is too shy to comment himself.

On a more positive note another boy who I work with as I met him on another forum awhile ago has been behaving throughout the holiday season. He is also in his mid20s, but is enrolled in school. His mother reports to me that he has been respectful through the entire vacation and she hasn't had to take his underpants off at all within the past month. She is quite happy with the results since she became strict and firm with the young man.

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Re: Age Regression for errant adults.Jeff N17:39:35 01/02/15 Fri
Re: Age Regression for errant adults.Sneakfish17:39:33 01/05/15 Mon

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