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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I think hot saucing is as discipline is so wrong.
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    I never heard any of my friends talk about it, but maybe it was one of those things that wasn't discussed?
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    My care givers and mother always gave me soap in the mouth when I did something wrong or sassed off. I cannot stand the smell of Ivory soap to this day!
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    Actually, on last night's episode of "Supernanny" (ABC) the father used hot sauce on his kid or kids. He seemed to have no control over them, and this was his solution. Of course Supernanny stopped him from doing that. If you access the ABC website you can see the entire program. I did not see the entire episode last night.

    It is truly sad when parents cannot deal with their kids in any other way.

    We never got soap, hot sauce or anything else. One look from my mother was enough to put you in your place, but that was a long time ago and the nature of parenting has changed tremendously, and not necessarily to the good.
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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I've heard of people doing the hot sauce, but it's all been recently. Why anyone would think this is more humane than spanking is beyond me; personally I would even rather have one of the whippin's I got as a kid than the hot sauce treatment!
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    I had never heard of "hot saucing." I can't believe that now I have!
    What a horrendous and stupid thing to do.

    Altho I must say that I see a lot of young parents who have very little control of their kids. I can still stop my daughter in her tracks by a look or a tone of voice and she's almost 36!!
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    (both kids, grown/gone) that I really understood what he meant. I can stop those dogs in their tracks too now!

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    I'm very alarmed by the "hot-saucing" punishment. I had never heard of it before. "Washing out the mouth" with soap for bad lanugage, yes (never did it or had it done to me). The main reason I'm so concerned is an experience I had a couple of years ago when I bought a jar of Wickles red pepper relish. I had thought it was sweet red pepper, but discovered at home it was hot pepper. I have a low tolerance for hot foods, so decided to try just a miniscule amount - and almost had to go to the emergency room! I couldn't breathe! I self-treated with milk and yogurt and slow/deep breathing and my inhalor, but it was a scary experience. I'm talking less than 1/8 t. for an adult.

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    Re: FORT Koffee Klatch

    I worked at a day care center many years ago and we had a child who would not stop biting. The parents told us to bite her back, but of course, we couldn't do that. Someone suggested spraying lemon juice in her mouth when she bit, and it did work. I've never heard of hot saucing though. That sounds a bit extreme.
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    I watched Dr. Phil last week and he had previews for a show this week - the 17th, I think - that showed a mother who was using hot sauce to punish her son. It looked like she was literally pouring the crap in his mouth. What a nasty, spiteful way to discipline a child. I hope this isn't some kind of backlash as a result of the no-spanking laws.
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