This is what I wrote in the post above yours ("problem children"), and it goes along with what Emmaboo says about spankings/whippings."I'm an advocate for spanking, used as a *deterrant* for behavior; meaning don't spank when the child is well into bad behavior.That's just my opinion, and one of my methods for disciplining my own child, who is extremely well-behaved, not at all aggressive, and a very happy, polite and affectionate little boy (in other words, spankings have not psychologically scarred him or made him an angry and aggressive child, because I don't abuse my authority and I don't overuse spankings with all bad behavior).MY SON IS SEVEN HE IS ALSO ADHD HE TAKES MED FOR IT BUT IT ONLY LAST MAYBE THREE HOURS WHEN ITS SUPPOSE TO BE AT LEAST EIGHT.
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Lying giving me a hard time about everything, when is told to something she says "NO" or if she is told "NO" that she can't do something then she constantly bugs to do it and has a fit. I don't know what to do anymore, she knows what buttons to push to upset me.