Is scolding or beating children create diffrences between mum and child?

Haneet - posted on 07/11/2013 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I scold and beat my daughter very often ; i never wanted to because i love her so much and take very good care of her. I am always disturbed by my in laws and husband's behaviour towards me and in that frustration i beat my daughter. Now i m scared that she will start hating or prefering her dad or other people more than me and i never wanted this because she is my only support in life.Please help.

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~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/11/2013

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One more thing....your child is not YOUR support....YOU are your CHILDS support. If you love her as much as you say you do, you would not beat your child EVER.

Jodi - posted on 07/11/2013

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Really?? You BEAT your child? Even worse, you BEAT your child in FRUSTRATION??? Lady, do you realise how serious that is? The least of your worries is that she will starting haring you or preferring her father. Beating children out of frustration is what leads to out of control beatings that injure, harm and even kill. You need professional help to manage your anger and frustration. Your in laws and your husband are right to be concerned.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/11/2013

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She should hate you. The one person that is her mother is beating and constantly yelling at her. Wouldn't you hate your mom if she did this regularly? Seek counseling and get some fucking help. You do NOT beat your child because you are frustrated. If your life is so tough with the in laws and your husband, leave them.

Dove - posted on 07/11/2013

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You beat your child? Not just a single swat to the butt, but actually BEAT her?!

You need to stop.... and you need to stop now. No matter how anyone else treats you... your child does not deserve to bear the brunt of that frustration. Get help immediately... or get away until you get control of your actions.

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