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>>Mary, yes I understand what you say. Rachelâ€™s times
>>when this happens is not as the result of a joke, she
>>is reacting to something Iâ€™ve asked her to do or not
>>asked her to do.
>>>I never have and never will use timeouts and or
>>>grounding as punishments.
>>>Here eye rolling in context is a spanking offense
>>>me, if it is a defiant, disrespectful eye roll yes,
>>>then it is do not pass Go, go directly to mom's lap
>>>for a bare bottom spanking, there is no warning they
>>>know it is a spanking offense, I just spank.
>>>It is a big way in which the child is disrespecting
>>>the parent, they can and do along with the eye roll
>>>make that face at times a noise as well.
>>>But my boys will sometimes do an eye roll fooling
>>>around when I tell a joke, something like that it's
>I have to agree with Mary here. At her age she is
>being disrespectful. Punishing her for it will help
>her become more aware of her behaviour so that she can
>control it. Perhaps you could have a talk with her
>first and be clear what is and is not expected when
>she interacts with you. After that I would let her
>know she will be spanked whenever it happens again
>without any further warnings.
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