I know of a woman that says that taking a toy away from a child is "child abuse" because it makes them cry. Where do we draw the line? That is a bit extreme! If my child is not listening or following rules I will take their toy away, it is not child abuse, it a consequence! Many things make kids cry, doesn't mean they are being abused, it means they are kids when they don't get their way they cry. Why would someone even think that something like taking away a toy could even be considered child abuse?
Answer by husky_grlie08 at 11:39 AM on Jun. 27, 2011
OH my... good luck to her with that one!! Her kids will be terrors I'm thinkin'!!
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