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I’m kind of at a loss here reading your reply about kicking, “why do folks think such a common reaction is kicking” I don’t think it is a common reaction, I know it is, I haven’t witnessed a child being spanked (that was really spanked) that didn’t kick or move their legs in some fashion. I guess there might be some child/ren out there who don’t kick there legs, or move them around but not that I know of.
Here they are very animated or try hard to be. I will take hold of their wrist/arm and pin their arm to their lower back and my elbow pressing against their upper back, I have them under control and it allows them to squirm, wiggle and kick away, I don't get upset because I view it as a natural reaction that can't be helped and shows me I am getting through to them.
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