"What is Spanking Therapy?"
with a need to be spanked, spanking is less about
punishment and more about overall motivation. For these
people regular spankings (usually once a week) are
given, along with a reminder of the things they need to
work on. Being spanked clears their minds, allowing them
to focus on things they were ignoring before.
Spanking Therapy should ONLY be used on teens and adults
who have expressed a need for it. This is a relatively
small number of people, and spanking therapy will not
work for those who do not agree that they need it.
Unwarranted spankings (spankings where no crime has been
committed and no therapy agreement has been reached) are
abusive by nature, and should always be avoided.
spanking therapy should take place at a set place and
time, allowing the therapy recipient to anticipate the
coming discipline between sessions. At the start
of a session you should both sit down and discuss
anything the spankee feels he or she has done to deserve
a more harsh or lighter spanking, and then you should go
over the things you want to remind him or her of, and
the things you think they need to continue to work on.
For example, for an unmotivated adult you may say, "I
want you to continue to focus on your work, as well as
keeping your personal life in order." Remind them of any
goals set that have not been fully attained (weight
loss, stop smoking, etc.)
the spanking with no games. Counting licks and stupid
chants like "please sir may I have another" distract
attention away from the spanking and reduces it's
effects. Ideally the spanking should be given in
silence, allowing the smacking sound to be the only
noise.. an audible reinforcement of the discipline. You
should only speak to give necessary commands, such as
adjusting the spankee's position if he or she has moved.
After the spanking, you
should hug the person you just spanked, and forgive them
for what they did to earn the spanking with a reminder
to avoid that behavior in the future. Then allow them
some quiet time to think and recover from the discipline
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