My husband is in the industry. If you want evidence...get yourself arrested and start playing up,...you'll soon get your evidence ROFL!!! Or just ask a crim - pretty simple! How else do you think police keep themselves and other safe, do you think they pull out weapons every five minutes?? They don't. They have pain compliance techniques they use.
ETA - I told you what they use tasers for in american...we're not discussing other issues other than tasering being used as example of getting someone to comply. Somebody said it is to restrain...and i'm telling you that it is to restrain but ALSO for compliance. If it's now not suiting your argument (which it clearly isn't) find another argument. I'm sure there is stacks of research suggesting that smacking children causes life long issues so start pulling them out so we can discuss it.
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06-12-2012 23:18 #121
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06-12-2012 23:20 #123
I've already said that when it comes to keeping others, the individual and themselves safe they sometimes have to resort to things like tasers.
With a child you can restrain them physically.
We've been over this already?
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06-12-2012 23:32 #127
On 7mate right now there is a program on called "Jail" - it is similar to what my husband does. You will see how they use pain compliance as well as restraint and how different it is (hopefully - if the episode has it).
ETA - the difference between what my dh does and what they do on this program is that the crim is UNCUFFED as soon as they enter. These people are lucky to have their crims retrained on entering. My dh is not.
06-12-2012 23:33 #128
Much like if my son refuses to come off the road, I will make him come off the road by removing him.
The only difference is the level of force required.
They aren't doing it to teach a lesson, that may be a by product, but the aim is to have them comply for safety reasons.
06-12-2012 23:37 #129
Re: Smacking your child
ETA. You are getting him out of danger. You are teaching him that he can't play on the road. He might not like it. Forcing him off the road might hurt him if it comes to having to shove him. You do what you gotta do at the time. I understand that.
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