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Our lives are shaped by many forces over which we have little control We did not choose and cannot modify our genetic makeup our sex race size or basic energy level Our place in time and space was thrust upon us We were born and raised in city or country boom or bust war or peace freedom or repression without much say in the matter We did not select our parents or our grandparents or our brothers and sisters let alone our aunts uncles step grandparents or foster parents or half-sisters and brothers Our initial religious training and social status were beyond our choosing What we need we hear on all sides is a return to the good old days when parents were responsible for their kids and kids obeyed their parents If there WAS such an age can we go back to it No one doubts that todays family is harassed and overburdened The question is could what seemed to work then work now Many parents believe so they think if only they were allowed to spank their children maybe they would behave more But I disagree I have five children and not one did I beat into submission Instead I spoiled every one of them I showed them that I love them in more ways than one The rewards I give them fits the decision they made My grandmother always taught me that what goes around comes around good or bad That still holds true The choices you make today are the consequences you are going to pay with tomorrow Example my 11 year old started lying about homework not doing it or saying he already done it All it took was me showing up in class in my robe house shoes hair curlers and no makeup to sit beside him in class and make sure he did everything he was suppose to do That boy is on the A B honor roll
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