I beat my kids if they don’t behave themselves, other mothers hate me for it but it’s the only way they learn

ONE YEAR has sent the Internet divided, after sharing her rules at home, including punishing her children if they misbehave.

Brittney Coble, from the US, sparked a heated debate after she revealed the Do’s and Don’ts her children must follow, some of which fellow parents would describe as irritating. argumentative.

She also revealed that her sons will be raised as''sons''.


She also revealed that her sons will be raised as ”sons”.Credit: TIK TOK / @ brittney_coble

“So I’ve seen a trend on TikTok where mothers are talking about things they do to their kids that most parents wouldn’t agree with,” she begins the video.

” And considering most TikTok moms already hate me, I think why not?

” Number one, as you might have guessed, am I my baby. ”


She then explained that this was only happening as a last resort, after verbally warning the children.

” I don’t always expect them to listen the first time I ask but if I have to ask two or three times and I’ve explained what you need to do and you just blatantly ignore me, you’ll get . your a giant **.

“That’s just what it is.”

Another controversial parenting rule in the family is to assign her children – the two, four, six, eight and ten year olds – to do chores around the house.

” Two and four year olds are a bit distracted but I give them small tasks […] and I only redirect them if they go a little off track.

”But the kids are older than me – they have the big kids’ jobs.

” They clean the toilet, take out the trash, wash the dishes – they contribute.

” And in the end, I’m raising my son as a boy and my daughter as a girl – no questions asked. ”

The Children’s Law Advice clearly states

It is against the law for a parent or caregiver to hit a child, except where this is considered “reasonable punishment”.

This protection is covered in section 58 of the Children Act 2004, but it is not defined in this law.

Whether ‘clapping’ constitutes a reasonable punishment will depend on the circumstances of each case, taking into account factors such as the child’s age and the nature of the beating.

There are strict guidelines for the proper use of punishment and there is no excuse if you use severe physical punishment on your child, resulting in actual bodily harm, injury, or injury. severe bodily harm or cruelty to children.

Viewers were divided, with some pointing out that violence solves nothing.

So you don’t know how to properly teach your children and install their minds without using violence. nice.”

Another agreed, begging: ”Please don’t hit your child again. ”

A third think: ”Abuse won’t teach children respect, it will teach them fear.

” There are ways to earn respect from others without hurting them. ”

However, there are also those who believe there are no flaws in her list, with one comment reading: ”Omg finally a parent is really a parent. ”

A second fan concurred: ”We were all ripped off as children….and now we have a rare thing called respect for other deserving people” .

Another mom shares a similar routine: ” yasss queen !! My children are 3 nearly 4 years old (boy), 1 nearly 2 (girl) and one is 6 months old.

” the older two have chores that when the baby can walk, she will. ”

“You didn’t say anything wrong that agreed with you,” complimented a third.

Plus, a parenting expert reveals what your teen’s after-school boredom really means & How to prevent them from happening?.

Meanwhile, a preschool teacher shared annoying things that all parents do & empty bags are one of the worst.

In another parenting news, a mother lets her daughter break school uniform regulations ‘for her own good’ – but completely split opinion.

While some disagree with her parenting habits, others see no problem


While some disagree with her parenting habits, others see no problemCredit: TIK TOK

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4675549/controversial-parenting-rules-smacking-kids/ I beat my kids if they don’t behave themselves, other mothers hate me for it but it’s the only way they learn


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: paulleblanc@dailynationtoday.com.

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