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Your youngest son, Tim, 10, has always been difficult when it comes to spankings. His crying and physical resistance make spanking him at least as much of an ordeal for the rest of the family as it is for him. Only a conviction that it would be unfair to his older siblings not to spank him at all has kept you from using exclusively non-physical discipline with him – not that he accepts that much better, but at least there isn’t so much immediate stress! You put his reaction down to a combination of being a bit the spoiled baby and actually being more sensitive than the others.
Now Tim faces another spanking, but to your surprise, he seems to be trying to control himself. He accompanies you voluntarily to his room, where, while managing to hold his tears in check – just – he offers no resistance as you bare his bottom and place him over your lap. He does struggle a bit once the spanking is underway, but it’s clear he is doing his best to cooperate and take it.
Once it’s over, you tell him you’re proud of him for accepting his punishment. Through his tears, he manages to explain to you that his changed attitude is due to his older brother, Ben (13), telling him after his last spanking that only wimps and cowards carry on the way he has.
Do you owe Ben your gratitude or should you punish him for violating the family rule about teasing someone about how he took a punishment?
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