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Date Posted:18:13:34 08/07/21 Sat In reply to:
's message, "Contrite" on 04:25:17 08/06/21 Fri
My boys have said they are sorry pretty much before every spanking. Just like most of you, I can tell when it is completely genuine and they truly are sorry - and not just because they want to avoid a spanking. I can usually see right through when it is just trying to avoid what they know is coming.
If I feel that they are being completely genuine about being sorry, I will always let them know that I recognize and appreciate that they are sorry, and often reinforce it with a hug, however I also explain that a spanking is still warranted and must be given for the behavior. I will say that if I am completely sure that they are truly sorry that there may have been a couple of times that the spanking may have ended a bit sooner, or perhaps not quite as severe, however the a sound spanking is still given. After the spanking, when cuddling on my lap, I always make sure that I mention how much I appreciate that he was truly sorry.