Twitter user says parents should never apologise to their kids

Twitter user says parents should never apologise to their kids

A debate on training children has erupted on Twitter and most people are of the opinion that a parent should raise their child in the best way they can but sparing the rod eventually spoils the child.

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It all started when Twitter user, YarKafanchan, shared details of how she spanked her kid so hard once and eventually ended up apologising afterwards with a promise never to do it again. She stated that there is no point of treating a child like that and she felt really bad about it.

Her post immediately went viral with many Twitter users agreeing that her stance is acceptable but sometimes, it is not okay to fault one's action with an apology, especially to a charge.

A certain Mbzorbi however argued that one should not do such as they will gradually lose accreditation in the sight of the child and be unable to correct them in the future.

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Read the genesis of the post below:

No matter what, you should never apologize to your child - Twitter user says and explains why

No matter what, you should never apologize to your child - Twitter user says and explains why

Here's how some Twitter users reacted below:

No matter what, you should never apologize to your child - Twitter user says and explains why

No matter what, you should never apologize to your child - Twitter user says and explains why

Meanwhile, a Nigerian man has taken to social media to share a rule he would live by as a parent. The man identified as Kabir Shema revealed what he would do if his daughter gets beaten by her boyfriend when he starts his own family.

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