Has 'shaming punishment' gone too far?November 26, 2012 @ 4:58 pm (Updated: 5:09 pm - 11/26/12 )
More and more, parents are turning to shaming as a form of punishment for their misbehaving children. Some are starting to wonder, including Dori, if it's gotten out of hand.
After telling the story of parents that made their 9th grade daughter pose with a sign after sneaking a boy into her room and drinking. Dori says praise should be public, punishment private. That wasn't the end of the conversation, you've been weighing in with your comments on Facebook. A poll set up on Dori's page has listener opinions in a three way tie as to the proper way to punish a child.
Is it okay for parents to punish their children by publicly humiliating them? Share your opinion now, or join Dori tomorrow in the 1 o'clock hour to debate the shame.
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