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My spankings have always been unbearable for the child (age appropriate), they hate my spankings as they should, every time I spank it produces true rivers of flowing tears and snot, I have wondered where it all comes from. They come off my lap out of their minds, still crying uncontrollably at the tops of their lungs. Also for the one being spanked the crying is very â€˜catharticâ€™ crying is extremely important. It has never been an indication on 'when' to stop spanking, but it is an indication that my message is being received, and most importantly, crying is integral to a spanking because it gives the one being spanked an emotional release which allows for healing, rebirth, and starting anew.
I agree with what Cordelia has previously said, "I would have done a pretty poor job if the child I spanked had come off my lap and been able to keep his hands off his bottom after I had finished with it."
Anyone I spank comes off my lap with what could be described as either a shiny apple red or tomato red bottom and upper thighs and at times worse. Then after the dance portion we cuddle and they cry it out.