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MrBottoms

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  1. I discipline Only when & after an "Understanding" of Behavior & the attached Consequences for any repeated behavior has been issued. As this particular public scene developed into an embarrassing situation, a spanking still would not have been the appropriate course of action. But if in fact you had been warned but did it anyway, then you would've been instructed to bend over for a "good talking to". ๐Ÿคจ
  2. Well, yes it is. Ephesians 5:21., just prior to your specific Ephesians reference. I merely substituted "serve" for "submit", which I equate the two as a relative interpretation.
  3. It's quite common when there are sentences [thought] running into other sentences, no separation punctuation whatsoever. I am overwhelmingly thrilled when ever it's a readable message which I don't have to reread a second time to understand the thought. ๐Ÿ˜
  4. a contemporary translation of "genuine anger", for the most part, might be a " significantly increased, yet controllable, level of dismay" or rather "an extremely high, tho' manageable, BP surge" ๐Ÿ˜
  5. b/c it's the "Seat of Understanding" Point A [bottom] to Point B [brain] = the shortest distance between 2 points. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  6. Initial "emotion" is the reason there is First a verbal "discussion" regarding an incident. Whereas it might be a one-way or two-way discussion to recover from my initial reaction to a particular incident, sometimes regarded as "an extremely high level of dismay" [massive BP surge ๐Ÿ˜], which allows for an emotion level [BP๐Ÿ˜] to return to normal. First, for listening to the "other side". Second, to allow for any such out-of-control interference to Cool Down & to run its course. And then, "Believe me" there will be the appropriate consequence.
  7. Each individual and each "challenge" is personally & individually tailored. The goal is to overcome the habit in question. Habits, along with the level & longevity of the habit, is considered & then entered into the course of modification. All rules are negotiable, within reason of course, and at the sole discretion of [me ๐Ÿ˜] the disciplinarian.
  8. In a disciplinary setting, the best safe-word I've ever found is to Pay Close Attention to what's going on [physical & verbal cues] from beginning to end, and even after that. After all, it is quite possible that someone in distress just might not be able to use the appropriate safe-word. If it's other than disciplinary, then Go-for-It.
  9. There are occasions when & where safe-word on any level would apply. However, I have not encountered one of those occasions. Safe-wording has always been discussed during the "getting acquainted" phase but that's as far as the discussion would lead. My complete attention is focused on verbal & physical cues throughout the disciplinary process. Thru a number of years & encounters there has never been an unfortunate incident which either side neglected or regretted.
  10. "One is to serve the Other", which is biblical. Not merely opinion.
  11. The "sit spot" : aka "Brat's" premium target area for the intended "applied psychology". It is the area just below the apex of the buttocks and extends down to the top of the thighs. Or in layman's terms........the area which you use to "sit upon". Thus. the area which provides the Most Cushioning. ๐Ÿ˜‰
  12. A full explanation & sincere apology (Maximum remorse & contrition wouldn't hurt) from you + the appropriate discipline (which would impress upon you Not to ever repeat) to follow should be sufficient reparation of the momentary & without forethought breach of trust.
  13. I almost Always apologize before or after. As in..."I am sorry that it has come to this but this is going to hurt you more than it's going to hurt me" "I'm sorry that I had to do it but it was for your own good ! !"
  14. hmm. Note to self.........๐Ÿค” Replace serpentine belt. Stop by Auto Zone. Pick up 1 serpentine belt. Keep old, worn serp belt for future use. ๐Ÿ˜
  15. Back-sliding is quite natural & quite common when left unsupervised, especially habits which have been developed or sustained over a long term. There are varying degrees to which a habit may actually get resolved. Long term habits take longer to reform b/c long term habits require long term attention. Tho' they can be completely resolved when "tended to" for as long as it takes.. the habit will simply disappear eventually. It comes down to "replace one [bad] habit with a [good or at least neutral] habit. The habit did not develop overnight, so therefore it can not get fixed overnight. The same habit most likely strengthened to an overwhelming dominant control over time. It then becomes an overwhelming "force of habit", a natural form of expression in the case of language usage almost to a frustration level until it has reached an "out of control" stage. The unfortunate element of the language equation is that same habit didn't start out that way. The same habit began as "a choice" Or I usually refer to as ....an "error in judgment" and then culminated from there.
  16. I will be Blatant here. It's not only abusive manipulation. It's Sophomoric & Adolescent.
  17. depends on the issue being dealt with, and also My Mood & what I intend to accomplish. Sometimes it's simply the ol' fashioned "Bend Over, Grab your Ankles & Stick that Bottom Out" Tho, I'm flexible. Other times it's over a chair, couch arm, mattress, any supportive position, etc. Or just plain Over My Knee.
  18. "do you want this to ever stop? ........ get those hands away" usually defines the moment.
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