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BOTD 9/2/16 "Roland's reset Button" A Kat Production

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David M. Katz

Roland’s Reset Button
A Kat Production

Your 12-year-old, Roland, is in constant minor trouble lately. He manages to stay just within the limit of behavior that you consider would merit a spanking. Most of it, considered on its own, merits no more than a warning, but he goes from each warning to some new issue. You’re afraid that if you don’t reset him, he’s going to do or say something serious enough that you’ll have to use the dreaded hairbrush on him.

Roland - 12
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Is there any way it would be fair to give him a routine spanking for the accumulation of minor things so you can avoid a more serious spanking in the near future?

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I think I'd tell Roland that he's on his last chance. He's going to be on zero tolerance, meaning that even a minor transgression is going to result in a spanking. Either he's going to straighten up, or, more likely, he'll cross the line and get his "reset button" pushed. Either way, hopefully it won't require a hairbrush.


I'll redecorate Roland's bedroom and all...

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David M. Katz

I mostly echo Kier's answer and opinion here but, during my conversation with Roland, I would offer the reset spanking and see how he responded.

Stevie, you are so generous to let him have a pet rat.

Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult.


The implication is that in giving each of your warnings you haven't drawn a line in the sand. I reckon this occasion is the time to do so pointing out to Roland that he is being a bit of a rat.


This is a hard one, because it sounds like he hasn't actually done anything to deserve a spanking - not like I've been letting him off a bit easy every time.

I think I'll tell him that a warning is supposed to get him to calm down, not encourage him to keep pushing in other directions.

"For now, Roland, I think you've used all your warnings for the next few days. If I have to call you out on something between now and say... Sunday night, I'm spanking your butt. And if that doesn't calm you down, think of the hairbrush."

The problem with doing this kind of thing with a kid is you'd better have strong reasons and firm examples ready, so they don't feel like you're picking on them.

"In the end, it's just a story. But if you ask me, it's all true."

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