Friday, June 27, 2014

Corporal Punishment and Actualizing the Conditioning of an Individual

Where such conditional conditioning is appropriate, classy conditioning can be the difference between successful conditioning and failing to condition the individual.

Conditioning is usually applied with a swift light strike from a  small, strong, stick, such as a sturdy dowel rod, to the point it snaps and stings, but does not draw blood or leave much of a mark if any

Conditioning targets many places respectively. Also, always be sure the subject knows exactly why it is being conditioned as to offer a strong vocal reminder when thinking of such inappropriate action, as well as the consequences of such.

Conditioning the neck occurs when the subject has been inappropriately talking; smug, snide, or in anyway showing inappropriate emotions or sentiments; as well as inappropriately questioning, contradicting, or arguing with the conditioner. The severity of the inappropriate behavior determines the amount and with what strength the individual is conditioned.
Conditioning the wrists occurs when there has been an issue with the hands, in terms of making inappropriate mistakes, poor workmanship, a lack of diligence in surmounting a product, as well as stealing, striking, hitting, scratching, or even making threatening or inappropriate gestures with the hands.
Conditioning the bottom of the wrist is for more so serious inappropriate actions as opposed to the top of the wrist as the skin is more sensitive.

Conditioning the sides of the body below the ribs and above the hips occurs given poor posture,  or having a disagreeable or displeasing personality and body language.
Conditioning the hindquarters and the upper thigh occurs for disobedience, failure to succeed where success is demanded, as well as being troublesome, aggressive, argumentative, feeling entitled, indigence,  and disrespect.

Conditioning the back and sides of the knees and ankles occurs due to laziness, poor performance, idleness, and inappropriate time investments.

Conditioning the bottoms of the feet occurs when an individual has failed to heed the phrase “tread lightly” or has made their presence more so bothersome, burdensome, troubling, or hazardous than it could be.
Given these are applied out of conditioning due to poor performance rather than out of anger, upsetness, or aggression; these techniques can benefit the recipient in warding off poor aptitude in a social environment. These instill personableness, reliability, diligence,  reasonableness, cautiousness, foresight, recognition, and respect by solely being utilized given an obviously appropriate time to condition an individual away from such inappropriate actions.

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