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You have two sons, Andrew (18) and Josh (12). Andrew is a fairly serious competitive swimmer, and is a member of a local USA Swimming team. He has also been a member of the neighborhood swim team since he was 5 years old. The neighborhood swim team is a summer league rec team, so it is nowhere as competitive as Andrew's USA Swimming team. The neighborhood team hires either high school Seniors or collage Freshmen to coach the team. Andrew was really proud that he was one of the swimmers selected to coach this summer. This is his first job.
Josh has never taken swimming as seriously as Andrew, but has always been an member of the neighborhood summer league team. Josh is much more interested in soccer, and is in the middle of the pack in his age group as far as swimming skill.
When you got home from work today, Andrew asked to talk to you. When you sit down with him, he explains that he is having difficulty coaching the 11 to 12 year old boys. They are constantly goofing off, and not doing the practice he designed for them. And Josh and his best friend Jake are the worst of the bunch. He tells you that he thinks the rest of the boys would settle down if Josh and Jake weren't constantly stirring things up. He asks you for help/advice on how to handle the team.
You have left Andrew in charge of Josh in the past when you and your significant other took a weekend vacation. Andrew was given spanking privileges over Josh, and ended up spanking Josh. Josh took it well, and when you got back and talked to Josh, he admitted that he deserved to be spanked.
What advice do you give Andrew? Do you step in and help directly, or do you let Andrew handle this?
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