“Spare the rod and spoil the child.” It is an old adage that still finds resonance in the present world. Parents often spank their children in order to discipline them. They feel that spanking will teach them a lesson which will help in improving their future behavior. Incidence of spanking or slapping the children remains high in the U.S. with almost 35% to 90% parents admitting to have used corporal punishment to instill good values in their children.
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