View Poll Results: Do you use smacking as a discipline method?

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    I am a smacker (none of my own kids yet) of any child in my care if they need one.... Friends and family all know this and all smack aswell. Dont worry i wouldnt smack a randoms child lol

    Sarah :-)

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    No smacking here. Not something I think is necessary. I plan to use time out when DD is old enough, though she is really a very good girl now

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    Quote Originally Posted by skebn View Post
    I am a smacker (none of my own kids yet) of any child in my care if they need one.... Friends and family all know this and all smack aswell. Dont worry i wouldnt smack a randoms child lol

    Sarah :-)
    Your friends allow you to smack their child?!

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    Rarely - I seem to have learned emense patience as my DD goes through late onset terrible 2s!!!!!!

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    So I wonder how many answered no, but have smacked? Maybe that 3rd option of "I have but I prefer not to" would have given more accurate reslts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skebn View Post
    I am a smacker (none of my own kids yet) of any child in my care if they need one.... Friends and family all know this and all smack aswell. Dont worry i wouldnt smack a randoms child lol

    Sarah :-)
    Are you serious??

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    So I wonder how many answered no, but have smacked? Maybe that 3rd option of "I have but I prefer not to" would have given more accurate reslts?
    I just didn't answer the poll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    So I wonder how many answered no, but have smacked? Maybe that 3rd option of "I have but I prefer not to" would have given more accurate reslts?
    Probably as that's what I would of chosen, I voted no so your results will be off, sorry!

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    I clicked yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skebn View Post
    I am a smacker (none of my own kids yet) of any child in my care if they need one.... Friends and family all know this and all smack aswell. Dont worry i wouldnt smack a randoms child lol

    Sarah :-)
    It's rare I'm lost for words.. but yeah.. I'm lost for words lol

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