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A brilliant post as I know all about the blame game. There hasn’t been very many times that I have spanked them together or alone that they haven’t blamed the other, it is always someone else’s fault, the teachers fault when they have had bad grades or got in trouble in class, their friends fault, dad's fault my fault, you would think by now they would know that isn’t going to work, yes a defence mechanism for sure. My oldest boy Tomas, two years ago when he was 12 got on with a couple of bad boys at school and partook of some vandalism, they were caught red handed of course they all blamed each other and my son even still when I was baring him for his spanking in his room was still blaming the other boys and they made him participate, he was spanked three nights in a row for that.
Not that long ago when the were supposed to be cleaning their room an hour into it nothing was done but arguing, so I brought them to the living room to talk and ask why, and wouldn’t you know it the blame game starts then pushing and yelling at each other how it was “HIS FAULT!” They both ended up cleaning their room with a bright red sore bottom.
>Kids have a defence mechanism that leads them to blame
>others when in trouble. As a child I certainly tried
>to deflect responsibility for a wrong doing often
>enough, and my kids all have at various times over the
>years. I mean, what child does not want to avoid being
>put over Mum's or Dad's knee for a good spanking? Any
>port in a storm.
>Have you heard any of the following excuses before
>from your kids? Perhaps there are some you can add.
>He/she started it.
>It was her fault.
>He is lying, Mum
>She should be spanked – not me
>The dog did t*
>Why is it always me in trouble?
>I hate you, Dad!
>School sucks anyway
>Why do you always pick on me, Mum?
>* thanks to Anna!
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