cosmicB wrote:Guest wrote:"propaganding for torture techniques to be used on babies"
Actually Angie's pressure-point way of discipline is kind and proper, and harmless, and works instantly...
It is You who condones torture and terrorism and insanity.. and you knows it... Just look what your excessive extreme child-abuse did to mess-up your kid's heads and lives, you silly little terrorist...
Just Wonderin' wrote:This is not a loving way to teach children what is expected behavior. JoLie and Pitt don't believe in setting any boundaries as parents. They live like that themselves and both have discussed how they don't get morality or believe in boundaries of any kind. They insist these kids are raised like that by the nannies. No boundaries and no consequences. So neither is available for "parenting" or controlling the kids. JoLie and Pit use pressure points to control the kids in public. Don't know if the nannies are given this privelege of using pressure points. I think not if the stories of the kids running the halls in hotels, etc. are to be believed.
I noticed this use of pressure point control first because all their physical connections with the kids in photos looked so darn awkward and did not resemble what one usually does as a parent or sees other parents doing when carrying or walking with children. Tiny hands weren't being held or caressed. Fingers and other very sensitive areas were being pinched and held with continuing pressure. It is horrifying to watch. These techniques are used in the martial arts, to control or disable opponents. They are not designed for controling children, but have been adopted by those lazy parent who wish to exercise control without all the fuss of actually teaching their children right and wrong behaviours. They are also used by programmers to control the programmed.
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