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I don’t discourage crying because I feel it is important and part of the spanking time.
>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
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