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Subject: Re: Questions on crying, before, during and after?

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Date Posted: 15:04:58 07/18/21 Sun
In reply to: Patricia 's message, "Questions on crying, before, during and after?" on 05:06:28 07/18/21 Sun

>I read a post from a ‘Grumpy’ I think he was
>asking about crying before a spanking, I couldn’t
>quite make out what he was asking, so I thought I
>would ask about our children and their ‘crying’.
>For those with teens, when they were younger did they
>cry before even going over your lap, do they still?
>When you spank your daughter and or son, do they have
>to cry and if so, cry hard ? Do you think it’s
>important that they cry? If so when they start to cry
>does that mean their spanking is over? Do your kids
>cry before hand as they are bared? Do you think they
>do this to shorten their spanking or try to get out of
>one or is it real tears?
>During the spanking, it is very easy to distinguish
>between the sounds and visuals at the beginning of a
>spanking (either the too loud-fake tears and cries
>from a rebellious brat or some soft crying) AND the
>real tears and body reaction from the pain added to a
>complete submission in their body language of the
>child fighting their spanking or the one at the
>beginning faking her, his reaction with early easy
>tears and crying.
>I have always given my son and daughter enough to
>reach that "submission point" and then beyond and yes
>the otk position allows for that easily. By the way I
>think it is not wise to stop the spanking too early
>especially as the child understands a loud fake crying
>will Not result in a shorter punishment. It is Not up
>to them to decide how much they get and how long they
>have to stay on our lap.
>What are your thoughts on this
I agree with Mary and Cherie. My two teen boys act is if they are going to be tough and not cry, but as soon after the hand spanking, the paddle takes over and they revert to being 5 yr old boys. Kicking, squirming, babbling and sobbing. My 2 daughters start pleading as they are baring theirselves, and once over my knee, the crocodile tears start, they start crying some during the hand spanking, but once the paddle takes over, it is a river of tears.
All four are sent to the corner still sobbing. It normally takes them about ten minutes to calm down and really wanting to rub the fire out of their bottom and thighs. Once their corner time is over they they start rubbing and sometimes start sniffling as we sit and talk about why they were spanked.

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Let's get loud- Jennifer LopezIvana03:31:45 07/19/21 Mon
    Re: Let's get loud- Jennifer LopezLeah12:26:31 07/19/21 Mon

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