ANSWERS: 9
  • This site has 10 Healthy Discipline Strategies That Work...... https://www.healthychildren.org/English/family-life/family-dynamics/communication-discipline/Pages/Disciplining-Your-Child.aspx
    • Jenny Rizzo
      It is always interesting to go through links to see what the experts have to say. But what do YOU have to say in regards to this subject? Answerbag welcomes all opinions.
    • Linda Joy
      She clearly said she likes the information at this link! And here you are jumping on with a comment scolding her for not giving an ad lib answer? This is the BEST ANSWER on the board!! And it doesn't need you criticizing it! And yes, ANSWERBAG WELCOMES ALL OPINIONS. Even the ones you criticize for not coming directly from her!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, it's none of your business to see what I do in the comments section. As usual, I will correct you and No, I don't give anyone the last word. They will have to fight me for it. Don't expect that I am not able to see what you're adding in these comments, cause I tend to add shortcuts to keep track on discussions which are known for escalating. Just as you left a comment, I am well aware of anyone who leaves me feedback in any subject.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, quote: "She clearly said she likes the information at this link!" I don't care if she likes the information on the link or not or if she is participating on this subject for the sake of answering. The questioner by the name of Terrible Judge is asking a question in which it is up to AB'ers to think for themselves, rather than having Google links speak for us. Think, think, think!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, quote: "And it doesn't need you criticizing it! And yes, ANSWERBAG WELCOMES ALL OPINIONS." Actually and I say ACTUALLY, everything was calm on this subject. Archie Bunker trolled on my answer, so go complain with him and stop showing favoritism.
    • Linda Joy
      You jumped on here to criticize her answer! AB doesn't have rules that you can't post links to an answer! And AB doesn't have rules that the answers even have to come from you!! Besides that every opinion you have is from information you've gathered from other sources. And I don't care about your stupid obsession with having the last word, which you've not done on several occasions so you better improve your little shortcuts! And snap to it you obsessive twit! I don't show favoritism, if you ever said anything I agree with I side with you too! I even commended Bootsiebaby for being honest after she dogged me! I don't carry this crap around.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, you are jumping out of line by mentioning other AB'ers. Their business is not my business. Quote: "You jumped on here to criticize her answer! AB doesn't have rules that you can't post links to an answer!" Questioning other members does not necessarily mean I am criticizing answers. The question in this subject was clearly asked. It is asking "How do YOU think" and not what links have to say. To be precise, Black Mystique did not answer the question. *Facepalm*
  • Since many fathers are quick to anger: patience is needed to improve a relationship with children.
    • Archie Bunker
      I don't think fathers are any more quick to anger than mothers.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      I don't think fathers and mothers can wear the pants around the house at the same time.
    • Archie Bunker
      They can, actually. Parents should be partners in raising their kids. Neither one is more important than the other.
    • Linda Joy
      Unhappen? I actually DID wear a pair of pants at the same time as my ex! They were his old pants from when he was much bigger. So you're wrong on that one, too! And Archie is right!!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, here you come and interfere in my comments as usual and then you complain that I troll on many answers. Archie Bunker called me out on this discussion, not me. BTW, a couple wearing the pants around the house is a metaphor. Anyways, I can see why you agree with Archie. FOLKS: there you have it. "When something is so utterly senseless, a full and proper facepalm is not even necessary." -Tommy Lee Jones Implied Facepalm
    • Archie Bunker
      Bullying the children and the mother when she gets in the way? The brush you're painting with seems to be tainted with quite a bit of ignorance, Jenny.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, don't look at me. My brush covers a wide view than your broad brush to speak of ignorance. That's what happens in life and society with patronizing fathers. And that's not the worse of it as I've mentioned with other cultures. Under Sharia Law, pets get treated a lot better than wives. The Quran devotes more verses to making sure that Muslim men know they can keep women as sex slaves.
    • Archie Bunker
      Then look at Sharia law and blame the religion that teaches people that and not the fathers who don't.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, the Religion is already blamed worldwide by non-Muslims for its brutality. I don't have anything against good fathers. If you go back to my answer, I said many fathers are quick to anger. The word "many" can be used in a lot. So I don't see where you get the idea that I'm supposedly speaking for the fathers who don't.
    • Archie Bunker
      And many mothers are quick to anger. So, back to the original point that I made, there doesn't need to be a difference between how mothers and fathers discipline their kids.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, mothers who are quick to anger are known as witches but with a "B" instead. And MOST mothers are rarely known for toughening up her boys as fathers do, now that mothers don't know anything about masculinity. It is how boys learn their tough attributes, behaviors and roles from fathers as they get older. *Facepalm*
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, you mad bro. lol
    • Archie Bunker
      So explain single parent households, Jenny. And also explain how just because mothers who are quick to anger are known as bitches, how does that make a difference in what I've originally said? I think you're just looking to argue.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, single parent households? Think of male mentors, coaches, step fathers and guy friends. A boy who plays with dolls is not a good scene. To your further remarks, there are many mothers who are quick to anger. But whether they are quick to anger or not, it's the man around the house who is in charge to make men out of boys.
    • Linda Joy
      I commend Archie for stepping up on this one its discrimination pure and simple talking about dads like that! And moms too for that matter! I'm one mother who made a man out of her boy, and I never once had to 'toughen him up'. I taught him how to be smart. You're wrong all the way around on this one, Jenny. How many boys have you managed to raise?
    • Linda Joy
      AND parenting is a partnership. I know being the dominatrix ball crusher you think you are its difficult for you to see... and probably why you are single parenting now, too! But people can and do co-parent all the time quite successfully! And far better than you if this is what you are teaching your girls!
    • Archie Bunker
      The welfare state has created many single mother households (the Democratic plan all along, but that's for another lesson). “The strongest predictor of whether a person will end up in prison, is that they were raised by a single parent”. - Father Absence and Youth Incarceration
    • Black Mystique
      It's actually quite the opposite from my experience. I believe you need to just the person. I have seen so many men that are more patient then a woman.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, quote: "I commend Archie for stepping up on this one its discrimination pure and simple talking about dads like that!" Archie hasn't started anything structural on this discussion. He has been dodging my comments and adding false statements of me which none have penetrated in this thread. You don't know what you are discussing here either. You failed to read between the lines of knowing who wears the pants around the house by masculinity. Your advice and and your so-called comeback is meaningless.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Black Mystique, "I believe you need to just the peson?" WTH????????????????????? Quote: "I have seen so many men that are more patient then a woman." Being more patient as you say does not necessarily mean a ticking time bomb cannot explode. A ticking time bomb is worse than one who yappers.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      ANYONE ELSE READING: it's funny how this discussion was quiet for about 2 weeks. Linda Joy decided to add more logs to the fire. It's not difficult to see who the trolls are on this site.
    • Archie Bunker
      @black - there are anomalous examples on both sides of the argument. Women are generally more empathetic and compassionate than men. Generally. And I think we both know that children are generally better off having both parents contributing to raising the child.
    • Archie Bunker
      @ Jenny - I really have no idea what the hell you're talking about now. It makes about as much sense as a football bat. Make your little facepalm comments and have Coke and a smile.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "I really have no idea what the hell you're talking about now." That's because you have been away from these comments for a few weeks ago. Keep this parade of yours going and I will refresh your mind. Also if you read carefully, my comments are aimed at Linda Joy and Black Mystique. Nobody mentioned your name here recently, so I must say, I have no idea what the h%ll brought you back to these comments.
    • Archie Bunker
      The little box that says "Comment" brought me back. It's open to everyone.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, then stop whining about my comments. It is fair to say that I can comment anywhere I want. Do you agree?????????????????????
    • Archie Bunker
      Haha. You're the one always crying about people 'trolling' your answers. Suck it up, buttercup. If you don't want people commenting on your answer, don't leave any. Otherwise, put your big-girl pants on and deal with it.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "Haha. You're the one always crying about people 'trolling' your answers." You missed all the comments in this subject. Linda Joy has been accusing me of trolling on people' answers. My defense towards her: it's okay if she or anybody else trolls on my answers, but it's not okay if I troll on Answerbag. Before you get ahead of yourself without being INFORMED first, I may suggest you know what the case is. Quote: "Otherwise, put your big-girl pants on and deal with it." Bring it, cause I'm not going anywhere, even if we'll be here arguing in this subject for more months. I fight till the last person standing. It's just up to you to keep responding to see what I have to say.
    • Archie Bunker
      You're melting again, Jenny.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, I actually get stronger as I go. :D
    • Archie Bunker
      Still melting, huh? I guess things haven't been the same since that house fell on your sister.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, I only melt when things don't go my way. So "guessing" is not knowing.
    • Archie Bunker
      Well then, you're definitely melting, Snowflake.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, I'm not the one who went off topic. lol
    • Archie Bunker
      Maybe you should think about the comments you made, including the ones you removed. Snowflake.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, uhh, you mean the ones you reported? You say you don't report comments, but then again, I don't validate your words.
  • Quickly. Fairly. Decisively. Firmly. Consistently.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      There is no difference in your answer than what a mother also does.
    • Archie Bunker
      I never said there was.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      If you look again, this subject is about fathers: "How do you think a father should discipline his children?" What was that?????????????? So again, a mother can do likewise as you said in your answer. That's why my answer focuses on a father's behavior when it comes to children's discipline.
    • Archie Bunker
      I understand the question was about fathers. And I answered that question. When you indicated that there was no difference between mothers and fathers, I agreed. I'm not sure how you're trying to pick apart my answer, Jenny.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      You're still on the same boat. Your answer was already dismantled from the beginning of these comments. To your response in this subject of how fathers should discipline their children: "Quickly. Fairly. Decisively. Firmly. Consistently." Mothers can do likewise, so there's nothing distinctive about your answer when it comes to fathers and mothers.
    • Archie Bunker
      No, there isn't anything distinctive. Nor does there need to be. You seem to be operating under the delusion that mothers and fathers are supposed to discipline their kids differently, with fathers apparently having to bully their kids. Uh, yeah. You're wrong.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      You have no idea what you're arguing about. Quote: "You seem to be operating under the delusion that mothers and fathers are supposed to discipline their kids differently," Nope, that's not what I implied. Quote: "with fathers apparently having to bully their kids." If you can quote where I said all fathers, then you have an argument. if you can't, then you never had an argument.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      I'll repeat for the third time: mothers also do a great job in teaching their children as you suggested: "Quickly. Fairly. Decisively. Firmly. Consistently." Once again, nothing different in your answer between fathers and mothers.
    • Archie Bunker
      I'll restate what I've said. "I never said there was." And it also appears as if you've edited your answer above to take out the part about fathers bullying the kids and wives. Good show.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Quote: "I'll restate what I've said. "I never said there was."" Then your answer is meaningless, cause if this subject was under mothers, I can also say that mothers should discipline their children Quickly. Fairly. Decisively. Firmly. Consistently. Again and again, there is nothing different from what a mother can also do.
    • Archie Bunker
      Yes, you can absolutely say there is nothing different from what a mother can also do.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Exactly.
    • Linda Joy
      Archie answered the question just fine. You're the one waiting to unleash a fight! He wasn't the one discriminating, you were. Then you try and paint it like he's the one with the fight! I think you may need medication, Jenny. Please trade in one of your luxurious purses and see a mental health professional!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, as you see, we had finally come to some agreement. It looks like Linda Joy wants us to keep going. :D
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, luxurious purses? I can see you have been following me around. That's the definition of a stalker who is mentally obsessed.
    • Archie Bunker
      Um.......sure.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, let's see if it's a sure thing. You said it yourself: "Yes, you can absolutely say there is nothing different from what a mother can also do." To repeat myself before Linda Joy interfered: exactly.
    • Archie Bunker
      First you wanna argue about my comment and then you agree with me. Well, okay.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, let's not get tangled here. I [was] arguing about your comments last month in February when this discussion first started.
    • Archie Bunker
      Yeah. And now in March you're agreeing. Okay.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, you are still lost in these comments. I noticed you have reported some of my comments as they have disappeared, because you cannot hold a discussion with me. That doesn't mean I won't post them again. So again and again, your answer in this subject can be aimed at fathers and mothers, even though the subject is REFERRING to fathers only. You were tap dancing in your answer to avoid a discussion. Your comments are more tangled now than when you first started.
    • Archie Bunker
      Sorry to disappoint, Jenny, but I never report comments. I have thicker skin apparently than you do.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, it is good to know you don't report comments. I used to not report them myself, until another member advised me that I should only report comments with obscene language and insults to keep this site clean. Answerbag does have a comments section for members to discuss matters. You say you have thicker skin than I do by not getting upset easily and taking criticism well: fortunately, the word "disappointed" is not in my vocabulary to express myself. It takes a whole lot of criticism with proven points to bruise my ego. And that rarely happens, cause my keyboard tells me when I've had enough. :D
    • Archie Bunker
      Obscene language and insults don't bother me in the slightest.
    • Archie Bunker
      I hope you don't melt, snowflake. And besides, "hate speech" is absolutely subjective. Not to mention, legally protected by law. Matal v. Tam, 2017
    • Archie Bunker
      And what do you mean by calling me "boy??" Is that a racial thing? 'Boy' has a negative connotation, Jenny. You should know that. Are you only calling me 'boy' because I'm black?? Do you have a problem with black people? Any reason you chose to make a racially derogative remark to me?
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "And besides, "hate speech" is absolutely subjective." Not quite, you have read rule 7. I welcome all educational discussions, only with the exception of profanity and insults. It's not "legally protected" when I start flagging such vulgarity. *Facepalm*
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, and by the way, I couldn't care less about your race. The expression of "easy there boy" when used in context means to revise your language by not posting foul language.
    • Archie Bunker
      Hate speech is absolutely subjective. Prove me wrong. And apparently you didn't read the case I've cited or you'd understand that. Then again, you never admit when you're wrong, do you? Whether you flag it or not, it's still subjective. Slap yourself instead of the facepalm. I think you need it.
    • Archie Bunker
      Calling me boy goes to exactly what I said about being subjective. You're trying to justify it now by saying it's contextual. I'm saying it's irrelevant. Irrelevant because of the way you typed it out, separating boy from the first two words, and are either ignorant or oblivious to it's connotation.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "Hate speech is absolutely subjective. Prove me wrong." Oh, keep adding profanity in your comments, and you will be surprised. Once I flag them, we'll see if Answerbag does not disprove you in the PB. Keep it clean, cause rule 7. makes it clear that members should NOT post hateful speech nor threats. Quote: "Slap yourself instead of the facepalm. I think you need it." ??? Keep asking yourself that, since anybody reading these comments can see it is the other way around. I did not invent the AB rules, so you can go argue with the AB staff about "legally protected by law. Matal v. Tam, 2017" to see if they take you seriously. LOL *Facepalm*
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, again and again, I welcome all members who want to discuss matters with me, just as long they keep it clean. Quote: "Calling me boy goes to exactly what I said about being subjective." You have no idea what you're arguing about. You can go through all my comments and I have not added any racial remarks. You're making it sound racial to change the subject, now that you never had an argument to begin with in this subject. So much for: "I have thicker skin apparently than you do." Really????????????????????? Boy oh boy, things never go your way. *Double Facepalm*
    • Archie Bunker
      I'm gonna give you a sad face, Snowflake. Are your little feelings hurt? Are you upset that someone might use some profanity? Do you wanna just flag some comments to make you feel better? Make you feel like the keyboard hero? You may proceed....
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, you should give me a structural discussion instead, rather than sling mud. Quote: "Are your little feelings hurt?" You mean, are your feelings hurt??? Cause I've been arguing on this site non-stop since 2012. Me and other members who agree profanity should not be posted on Answerbag will not hesitate to flag it. Keeping this site clean will ensure that others don't follow.
    • Archie Bunker
      Well Snowflake, you're the one getting butt-hurt over comments, not I. Flag whatever you're snowflake-ass wants to. Like you stated above, you only melt when you don't get your way.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, you have it all wrong. I beg for AB'ers to come down here and entertain me. So everything goes my way, since I am not yielding in this subject.
    • Archie Bunker
      Obviously it's not going your way.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, It always goes my way, especially when I am still standing.
    • Archie Bunker
      Keep telling yourself that. Maybe it'll come true.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, I don't have to. So far so good.
  • In love, not anger. Always after discipline you should show an increase in love. In addition to what Archie said.
    • Archie Bunker
      No, he didn't.
    • Linda Joy
      Its true! In her mind she wins every debate, even when she's WRONG, WRONG, WRONG!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, whatever you say.
    • Archie Bunker
      Your self-appointed authority in parenting, Jenny, is astounding.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, not exactly. I believe in kindness: http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1160656 Maybe not with AB'ers depending on how they approach me.
    • Archie Bunker
      As do I. But I also don't believe that just because you say what you think, you're not the authority, whether you believe it or not.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, as do you? Feel free to be my guest. :D Quote: "because you say what you think," How else am I supposed to speak my mind????????????????????? Duh! The whole idea of THINKING is to use one's mind when asking questions, giving answers or leaving comments. *Facepalm*
    • Archie Bunker
      Even blithering idiots say what they think. It doesn't make them useful. Especially when they remove their comments. Sheesh.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, and who ever made you useful on Answerbag??? LOL, too funny! I believe we all as AB'ers can feel free to share what we want on any subject, just as long as it's relevant to sound fair. Oh, I know when comments are removed.
    • Archie Bunker
      @jenny - Who made me useful? The folks that answer and comment on my questions and answers. Duh. And it seems to be your prior comments that are getting edited and removed. Have you been eating retard sandwiches again or are you just slow today?
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "The folks that answer and comment on my questions and answers." I'm commenting on your posts and I don't find you helpful. If there's anything you don't find helpful in my posts, feel free to go through my answers and we can discuss what it is that's not helpful, just as I made myself free to comment on your posts in this subject. To inform you: I have many AB'ers who find my answers helpful. Members include: Rick Myers, Creamcrackered, jshm22, Terrible Judge and various others in whom I also agree with. So again, WHO made you useful? If it's Linda Joy who doesn't understand symbolic phrases, then I can see why she finds you useful. I don't even want to know who else finds your posts supposedly helpful. So think again before you mention a retard sandwich.
    • Archie Bunker
      Well, if you didn't find my comments useful, you wouldn't comment on them, would you?
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, actually, I found your comments useless. That's why I'm commenting on them to set things straight.
    • Archie Bunker
      I found them useless so I commented on them? I guess you packed a lunchbox full of sandwiches.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, more complaints in your remarks. Worry more about staying relevant in this subject.
    • Archie Bunker
      Not a complaint, Jenny. An observation. There's a difference.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, an observation with written complaints throughout these comments. Stick to the subject and put the outcries aside.
    • Archie Bunker
      Snowflake, have you ever looked in the mirror to try to understand how full of shit you actually are? Now, hurry up and flag my profanity before you fall apart!! Hurry up!!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, how hateful can you be. I will not report your recent comment, but you have been warned if you continue to use profanity.
    • Archie Bunker
      Snowflake, blah, blah, blah.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, have a good day!
  • Train a child in the way they should go, even when they grow old, they will not depart from it. This Proverb helps us to see the importance of proper discipline and training from the very beginning of a child’s life (Pro 22:6). However, the Bible, warns parents against discouraging their children, the use of harsh speech and extreme physical punishment are not acceptable forms of discipline (Col 3:21).
    • Archie Bunker
      Proverbs 13:24 - Spare the rod.....
    • Linda Joy
      Ephesians 6:4, Colossians 3:21 Fathers provoke not your children...
    • Linda Joy
      Actually 'the rod' is symbolic for the crook shepherds used to direct the little lambs back into the fold so they don't wander off and get lost. It wasn't used to beat them, as some infer. The rod is also symbolic for the word of God, The Scriptures.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker and Linda Joy, I see ya are stirring the pot in LizzyP's answer. It's okay for ya to interfere in people's answers, but it's not okay if I leave people comments. Lol, ya are too funny!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      LizzyP, since I don't agree with some of your religious beliefs from the Watchtower so I can get religious here, you should invite Texasescimo back to Answerbag to deal with AB'ers who interfere in your comments. The last time I saw him, we were going around the world in many subjects. Then he went back to answerMug.
    • Archie Bunker
      Linda - the rod is also symbolic of disciplining your children. I'm pretty sure that no one here is seriously advocating to beat your kids. Personally, I have no problems with corporal punishment.
    • Archie Bunker
      @ jenny - WTF are you talking about? You know that's why there's a comment block, right? Are you new here?
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, what am I talking about? What are you talking about??? You're not supposed to accept the teachings of the Bible so you shouldn't be concerned with what it says to be adding biblical passages.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, here is what you said a while back: "Quoting scripture does not make your argument any more valid." https://www.answerbag.com/q_view/3508500 Actually, quoting Scripture does not make your argument any more valid than what LizzyP wrote in her. You just got owned again. *Facepalm*
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "You know that's why there's a comment block, right?" Wrong, you do know your comments should get blocked for trolling on people's answers, right? That's absolutely right cause LizzyP did not ask for your opinion. *Double Facepalm*
    • Archie Bunker
      Posting on a Q&A site and afraid of comments? I've been here a long time and never saw anything about having to invite people to comment. Gotcha, snowflake. Facepalm yourself again.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "Posting on a Q&A site and afraid of comments?" Uhh, you have been complaining throughout this subject by suggesting I chill out with a Coke and a smile. *Triple Facepalm*
    • Archie Bunker
      Don't forget your lunchbox.
    • Linda Joy
      Yeah, she posts comments but when we do it we're stirring the pot! FYI Jenny I usually click on the questions list. If I revisit a question its usually because it comes back up in the list, or I got a notification. YOU ARE NOT IMPORTANT ENOUGH IN MY LIFE TO MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER! So get over yourself!
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, don't forget to stay relevant in this subject. LOL
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Linda Joy, quote: "Yeah, she posts comments but when we do it we're stirring the pot!" What ya do is not my business, but when ya start complaining about what I do and the WHINE in my answers makes it my business. As for, I'm not important enough in your life? Uhh, I don't plan to be. I'm just sharing my advice on Answerbag whether it's on answers or comments, so deal with it.
    • Archie Bunker
      Linda, I'm tracking ya. If you look at most of her responses, you'll notice it's the same pattern. Whine about everyone else's comments and calling it trolling and saddling herself up on her perceived high horse and doing the same thing and then crying when she gets called on it. A "dish-it-but-can't-take-it kinda thing." Same thing an 8 year old does. Comical, right?
    • Archie Bunker
      Jenny, I find it fascinating that you talk about other people "interfering" on answers and comments (on this kind of site, no less, which is the actual point) and then have the impudence to do the same thing. Most of us understand that's the point here, but you seem to lack that comprehension. I'm gonna steal a line here...'if your brain was donated to science, science would return it.'
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "Whine about everyone else's comments and calling it trolling" You are still lost. You have no idea what is going on. Linda Joy has been accusing me of trolling ever since I joined the new Answerbag late in 2017. You can bring her down here in these comments so you can see she has been whining and complaining ever since. So crying when I get called out??? I love it when I get called out. It's the only action I get to entertain myself on Answerbag. In fact, I probably have more comments displayed since I joined the new AB than what I do answers. I beg to have her down here in these comments so I can further debate the both of ya at the same time. My record is debating 6 Jehovah's Witness at the same time by myself with no back up on the old Answerbag. Heck, I am a one woman gang. The discussion lasted for a whole year with over 1000 thousand comments, but I don't like receiving comments? For your information, I've got all the time in the world to flex my muscles verbally. :D
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, BTW, she even accused me of being another AB'er in which she did not have evidence to support her claims. I must say what's really comical with a member who has been accusing me all this time. What's also comical is that you think you know what's going on when you don't! This is why I stopped answering her questions, because mostly every question I have answered from her in the past, she starts whining and complaining, as it never goes her way.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, by your remarks, you are suggesting it is okay for members to try to bash me, but when I defend myself it is not okay. How silly! Take note: when I am called out, I am always prepared to stand my ground. Quote: "'if your brain was donated to science, science would return it.'" Don't hate cause I'm too adroit at it. Just deal with it.
    • Archie Bunker
      6 Jehovah's Witnesses?? All by yourself? You fought them all off single-highhandedly? Wow. That's quite an accomplishment, Snowflake. You know what they call 6 other people in your one woman gang? Well, it starts with gang.... Does that offend you? Maybe you should flag my answer so you can "stand your ground." Hahaha
    • Archie Bunker
      And I could care less about how you feel other people treat you here. That's your own issue to deal with, so I'm not sure why you seem to always try to explain your situation with other posters here to me. Lemme lay it out this way. I. Don't. Care.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Archie Bunker, quote: "You know what they call 6 other people in your one woman gang? Well, it starts with gang...." You just never learn your lesson. Right when you think you got me, you get rebuked every time. cause actually it's called Girl Power to stand my ground. The definition of it: "used in reference to an attitude of independence, confidence, and empowerment among young women." *Quadruple Facepalm*
    • Jenny Rizzo
      ANYONE ELSE reading these comments, Archie Bunker should care, since he has been getting owned by a female. LOL
    • Archie Bunker
      Girl Power, huh? Is that like Power Ranger stuff? If you and the other snowflakes get together, do you form a super snowflake?
    • Jenny Rizzo
      Girl power is a feminist expression to empower women: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girl_power As for Power Ranger stuff, I'm sure you know more about them than I do, now that you brought them up. lol
    • Archie Bunker
      I have no idea how much you know or don't know about Power Ranger stuff. Don't really care, either. The same thing with your feminist link. Don't care about your feminism. Super power snowflake.
    • Jenny Rizzo
      If you don't care about the feminine link which is educational, then obviously it is hilarious to know how you have so much knowledge about the Power Rangers. lol
  • By chasing them up the stairs with a large kitchen knife, shouting "I'm coming to get you." Once should do it, no more bad behaviour for Daddy :) Joking aside, how a father reacts to a child's bad behaviour is going to teach the child not only where the boundaries lie, but also how Daddy manages his feelings. So they should be stern (I'm not messing here), and consistent (I mean what I say). This will hopefully prevent frequent reoccurrences of the same misbehaviour, or disrespect. "Time out," is a good form of discipline, as it teaches the child to have self control, and understand their feelings.
    • Linda Joy
      lol once should do it! Hahahahaha! I'm still laughing about this one!
  • Properly.
  • It would depend on the child each child has different personalities and some can be reasoned with ,or explained to , but certainly violent discipline would not be acceptable .the Bible encourages mildness and to show love .Good discipline teaches children to learn about God and for children to respect their parents authority,which maybe a word of correction ,or a firm restriction. A study involving 417 young people ,published in the journal Adolescence concluded .. A very restrictive home leads to frustration and then to aggression ,while a permissive home leads to frustration in not knowing the parents expectations .so loving balance is necessary to training children.
  • A father should discipline children at the direction of the mother. 😈

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