Abusive Parenting Styles Can be Inherited


By Sarah Szczypinski, The Washington Post


We don’t really talk much about corporal punishment, but it wasn’t so long ago that it was an acceptable way to discipline children. Although public opinion may have hushed the conversation, in practice, physical discipline is not uncommon…more

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