No parent wakes up in the morning thinking "Boy, I sure hope I get to spank my kid today!" However, many parents end up doing exactly that in response to their children's misbehavior.
When your children misbehave, it's natural to feel angry and frustrated. Spanking is a common way to try to correct children's behavior.
If you could respond to your children's misbehavior in a way that was more effective and powerful than spanking, would you do it? Most parents agree they would stop spanking if they had something equally or more effective.
April 30th is International SpankOut Day. It was started in 1998 to raise awareness of the problems with spanking children and to provide alternatives. Today you can learn those alternatives by taking one of Priceless Parenting's online parenting classes - Ages 5 and Under, 6 to 12 or 13 to 18. Start today!