do you think the way i scold my kids is abuse by taking away his game for hiting his teacher
abuse is more than that my dear,what you have done is just a way of disciplining your kids.Child abuse is the physical or psychological/emotional mistreatment of children.That is what we called abuse,you can search from wikipedia the definition of child abuse from CDC.
Hitting is wrong. Your child must be made to understand that. Withholding a game is a good way to get that point across.
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