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Yes, they do have to cry and cry hard real tears, if they don’t then we are dong it wrong. The crying before their spanking, at least here it is real tears but they could be what is called crocodile tears meaning not real, contrite, sincere tears.
When I am going to spank I first hear the pleas, the begging, negotiating. They beg not to be spanked, ‘never do it again honest’ there is a profound desire to escape what now is inescapable. Thoughts and excuses are rapidly running through their minds and out of their mouths as they promise the moon, they aren’t lying, they sincerely mean it at the time.
But for the most part, before I even start spanking there are tears from just about all whom I spank, except Donny, he holds out as long as possible. But those tears before I start spanking are just the crocodile tears, not real tears, I think it’s also an involuntary reaction to knowing what is about to happen. I know at times when they were younger they would do this to try and get out of a spanking as well.
Every time I spank it produces true rivers of flowing tears and snot, I have wondered where it all comes from. Spankings should be unbearable for the child, they should “Hate” our spankings. They should come off our laps out of their minds, crying uncontrollably at the tops of their lungs. I also hear the hiccup cries, jumping around doing their best jig, hands glued to their bottoms and madly rubbing their bottoms and upper thighs until their minds return and we can see that light go off when it does.
To borrow from Cordelia, “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.”
For the one being spanked the crying is very ‘cathartic’ crying is extremely important. It is not an indication on 'when' to stop spanking, but it is an indication that your 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 think it has to happen for a spanking to be successful!
To me the post spanking is just as important, they are now contrite. I will stay seated while they dance and rub sometimes they will role around on their bed as if they were trying to put a fire out. They will eventually come sit with me and cuddle, Bobby will sit in my lap, they all will then cry it out while wiping tears and snot on my shirt. When they have quieted down and brains fully back we have a talk, we have had some of our best talks post spanking, they know all is forgiven and we move on.
If it’s a bedtime spanking, after cuddling they go right to bed and for the most part go right off to sleep, but there were times when they continued to cry/whimper themselves to sleep, and they always sleep bare red bottom up and sleep very well.
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