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So coming from my culture (West Indian) it is normal for a parent to discipline their child in the form of beating, either with a belt, slapping whatever, so be it. Granted it’s not the best way to teach a child a lesson but you sure learn from it (atleast a way to do something to not get caught again)! As an adult I look back and am not so much as bitter but understand that’s what my parents thought were best as good teaching.
So now applying this to life and interactions that I encounter, when someone does something that is deemed wrong, what is the best way to handle the situation? Clearly you can’t go around beating people but maybe fights per say or do you let it go and move on? It’s good for the self to move on and not harbor any bad emotions but then that person may go and do wrong to someone else.
What is the answer? Do wrong to them so that they learn how it feels, try to teach them better through kind words (even though they may completely neglect the entire point) or just simply move on?