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BOTD 07-04-2014 - Bradley Up On the Roof - an Ivor Production

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Skater


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Bradley - Up on the Roof
An Ivor production

Earlier this evening you had cause to spank your 13 year old son Bradley.

For the purposes of this scenario the cause is not relevant, but accept that Bradley has been spanked for something similar in the past and that the spanking was not unduly severe - again similar to previous.

However, Bradley didn't take it well. He resisted you saying he was too old now to be spanked and when you finished he refused your usual post spanking hug, collapsed on the bed and while sobbing told you that he hated you and was going to run away. You told him not to be so silly and left the room.

About half an hour later you go to see if he is feeling any happier and find his room empty. You live in an apartment block and as there is no sign of him elsewhere and the doorman says he hasn't left the block , you decide to go and look on the roof. This is what you find:


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It is possible to get from there onto another roof (via a 10 foot drop) and thus into the next block and maybe out onto the street.

Are you going to grab him? If/when you do is he in for another spanking for dangerous stupidity?


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Skater


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no second spanking.. might be time for a talk with the boy


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John Boy


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This calls for Tactic not more swats more like SWAT. We are going to talk this out but I'm not going to do anything that is going to put him in any more danger then that looks like.

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AFinch


Sherrif
Agree with Skater and JB

Stone Man


Marshall
I wish now I hadn't belittled his expressed feelings as I was leaving his room. I'll start with an apology to him for those actions and go from there.

David M. Katz


Marshall
I agree with Stone.


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MemoryMan


Sherrif
Since Bradley has had plenty of opportunity to pluck up courage to make the jump or else leave by a more conventional route (also to calm down and think) this is clearly an attention seeking gesture - - and I've no intention of negotiating with a gun pointed at my head.

I'll stand well back and ask him what he thinks he's doing out there.

If  (1) I get a confused reply, or none at all I'll tell him he's not in any further trouble and ask him to come back inside where we can talk things over and find a solution we can both be comfortable with.

If (2) he repeats his runaway intention I'll call his bluff.  I'll tell him that I certainly don't want him to leave home but if he's absolutely adamant to come in and we'll call Social Services to ensure he'll have a bed for the night rather than having to sleep on the street.  Then I'll revert to (1)

Should neither work, having made a conciliatory gesture, I'll wait.



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Jack


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The main 'dangerous stupidity' I see is the total disregard I have for my sons feelings.

While I'm a strong believer that letting some try to negotiate a new penalty after he's already in trouble is a losing proposition, and while I'm sure I would have still spanked Bradley, I could have explained why I didn't think he's too old to spank, or I could have told him he'd already earned this one, and that we could talk about trying something else afterwards.

After the spanking, I might as well have helped him pack as give the response I did. Now I need to have a talk with him and try to repair the damage I've done (to our relationship, not his butt).


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squarecutter


Sherrif
I spoke in the heat of the moment and got this result! Not sure he 'll listen to me. I'm calling 999(991 for US) !0 foot drops off roofs are not to be entertained, Hopefully that experience and a posse below going 'Don''t jump' will bring himto his senses and we can then talk. For the future we may have to consider other types of consequences.

Padraig


Trailboss
I'm with Jack.

Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I'm with Skateski and pretty much all others who've posted. I think Bradley's outburst caught me unprepared, as the scenario gives no indication that Bradley has complained about being too old for spankings in the past. Rather than explain to him why he isn't too old for spankings, I need to try to understand what he is feeling and keep an open mind to alternative punishments. I also need to remember that 13 year olds can get pretty emotional and dramatic. In my experience, it is best to appeal to their desire to be seen as grown up. In this instance, I might tell him that I need him to come down from there and talk to me like an adult.

Kat

Jack


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squarecutter wrote:10 foot drops off roofs are not to be entertained,

It's a good thing you were around when I used to jump off roofs!  affraid 


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