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Do You Spank Your Kids? What Kind of Mother are you?

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spankingBy Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses

The debate about how much the government is imposing itself on its citizens is an ongoing one and sometimes it can seem like just making simple parenting decisions can lead to a lot of heartache with parents being accused of not serving their children’s best interests. As a mother you will likely have to put some thought into the following parenting topics:

Spanking or “time out” – When I was growing up, there was no debate about whether or not parents should spank their children; it was just a matter of how many spankings you might get in a given week or two. Now, mothers have to make a decision about whether or not they believe spanking is the best approach for disciplining their children or if other methods, such as “time out” work better.
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Staying at home or working – Some women never have to think about whether or not they should work because, as single parents, they are forced to do so in order to put food on the table and a roof over their family’s heads. Sadly, even in two parent homes, both parents need to work in order to make ends meet, for some families. For some women, though, they do have to think about whether or not what’s best for them and their family is staying home full time or working full time. Some women find a happy medium in working from home or only working part-time.
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Shelter or expose – There are  parents who believe that it is best to throw their children into challenging situations so that they can learn how to stand on their own two feet and others feel like we live in a big bad world that our children must be protected from as much as possible. Unfortunately, if you’re the mother of a Black boy, it’s hard to deny the latter taking into consideration how much police brutality has been directed at Black men and boys.
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Small family or big family – Growing up, some girls already know that they want a big family and they want to live out in a country-style suburb or in the “country” itself. Yet others know that they don’t want any children at all or if they do, they want no more than one or two. Of course women are always entitled to change their minds but the closer women get to 40, the narrower the choices become.

What kind of mother are you?

Nomalanga is a Life Balance Expert. Her speaking and coaching programs help busy women who struggle to balance Marriage, Motherhood and Money-Making™.  She is an avid blogger and a sought after instructor and speaker.