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POLL. PLEASE BE HONEST. If you heard your child curse, would you wash his/her mouth out with soap?

POLL. PLEASE BE HONEST. If you heard your child curse, would you wash his/her mouth out with soap? Topic: POLL. PLEASE BE HONEST. If you heard your child curse, would you wash his/her mouth out with soap?
June 18, 2019 / By Brittney
Question: Question for you. If you heard your child curse and say every badword you could think of. Would you wash their mouth out with soap? PLEASE BE HONEST with your answer. If you chose to not to wash his/her mouth out with soap. What would you do instead?
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Alishia Alishia | 7 days ago
Wow, no! Have you ever had soap go through YOUR intestinal system? Give it try sometime. Get lots of TP in the house, first. Swearing is part of language and your kid is going to learn it and try it out. If you prefer not to hear it, teach them why and set a good example. The more you freak, the more they'll swear when you are not around, by the way. Take it from me - my mom was overly strict about it and I now swear like a sailor!
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Unni Unni
No. That's stupid; tasting and/or ingesting soap in no way makes a child want to avoid cursing. That's a stupid, brutish duct-tape response to a problem that can be resolved with reason. If you can't even convince your kid with logic that behavior like cursing is should be avoided, you fail as a parent. I know that's hard for some of you to hear, but come on. The way you parent your kid is going to be reflected back at the world and at you when they grow up and start expressing their own opinions. Now you wouldn't want your angry, violent, illogical brute of a teenager to get physical with you, would you? I didn't think so, so why would you instill that in them by being so needlessly physical with them earlier in his or her life?
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Rob Rob
no i wouldnt its not healthy to put something so foreign in a childs mouth if a my child curses i will start with the simple time out and explain that it is not good for a child to speak those words an if it keeps on happening i will just smack him in the mouth
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Metushael Metushael
No, that's disgusting & might make the kid sick. Instead, I'd make the kid write two full pages of nothing but the word he said, and then I would hang it on the fridge to remind him and to show everyone else what a potty mouth he (or she) has. That's what my parents did...it doesn't sound very effective but it certainly made me watch my mouth.
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Josiah Josiah
Depends how old the child is,,,,and where he or she heard it in the 1st place. I would tell them why they shouldn't be cursing and tell them if they do it again they will be punished. The punishment would have to be appropriate for the age of the child. I wouldn't consider soap in the mouth.
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Harcourt Harcourt
NO! fear is not the way, in psychology it is proven that fear of doing something my prevent you from doing it again but might scare the child and induce feeling of resentment towards the parent. if you child is old enough to understand what that word mean, just sit him down and explain to him/her the consequences of speaking like that, it will start to make them feel mature in knowing that you are talking to them one on one, you can say something like " can we talk man to man?" and you just have to sit them down and have them understand. after comes a compromise, for example ill give you candy or if i see that you dont say bad words anymore then ill take you to the movies something that would give the child positive reinforcement. good luck if you have any further questions let me know
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