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>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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