spanking or physical training?(like push ups exc.) I'm genially curious my dh and I are talking about new disciplines for the kids, because time oute aren't working well.
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Answer by ptomom678 at 1:23 AM on Apr. 1, 2010
When our boys were younger and had a lot of built up frustration and energy we started putting them in more physical activities. Our oldest started football and the youngest took up track. For them it helped to have a physical outlet to help spend up frustrated energy. We didn't necessarily punish them but many times let them deal with the consequences of their actions. If they lost their temper and broke something, they had to work around the house to pay for the broken item without it being replaced. It didn't take too long for them to catch on and learn responsibility of their reactions to stressful situations. They have learned when something negative happens that they should not over react but to use their resources to be productive.
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