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IF your soon knew that you meant the he couldn't ride a bike - AT ALL - for a month, then he certainly defied you and deserved a harsh spanking.
Ask yourself, did I make it plain that he couldn't ride ANY bike? You spanked him for not wearing a helmet, so he did learn THAT lesson. There is a distinct difference between "his bike" and "ANY bike". From this point forward, he knows that he is forbidden from riding ANY bike. In the future you will just have to be more explicit about your punishments. Teenagers can be get very legalistic about rules and punishments.
>Two weeks ago I caught my 15 yr old son riding his
>bike without a helmet on. I gave him a sound spanking
>with hand and paddle and told him no bike riding for a
>month. I even put a lock on the bike.
>Yesterday as I was driving down the street, I caught
>him riding his friends bike, and he did have a helmet
>on. I immediately stopped the car, and made him get
>in. Once home I sent him to his room, while I settled
>down. To me he deliberately disobeyed me. After
>calling him down to the living room and talking to
>him, he said that he did nothing wrong as he did not
>ride his bike. In a way I see his point but I still
>think he disobeyed by riding his friends bike. Moms
>did he or did he not disobey me?
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