Kelly Clarkson is a mom of two, and revealed Wednesday (Jan.10) that she "is not above spanking" when it comes to discipline.
Clarkson added she's well aware that not everyone shares the same views as her. She, however, warned the other coaches that the competition is indeed on. "I hope with our two boys and our two girls that they see their parents as successful, loving and respectful people 'cause that's what we want for them". "I probably won't because, I'm going to be honest with you, I have four children, so it's hard enough in my household because my husband also manages Blake", she told us.
While some accused the Grammy Award-winning singer of child abuse after she admitted to spanking her children, others shared their support for Clarkson's parental practices.
U.S. singer Kelly Clarkson has admitted she smacks her children and says she doesn't think there is anything wrong with it. "I'm not above a spanking, which people aren't necessarily into". Physical punishments, including spanking, are not part of the recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics as it apparently instills aggressive behavior in kids. "I was like, 'I love y'all too!'"
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Hence, she also doesn't spare the rod on her children, River Rose, 3 and Remington Alexander, 1. "My parents spanked me and I did fine in life and I feel fine about it". "She doesn't do that kind of stuff as often", she said.
"I'm a well-rounded individual with a lot of character, so I think it's fine", she added.
Walking down some steps escorted by E! host Ryan Seacrest Kelly suddenly stopped in her tracks, swung around and gasped: 'Oh my god, that's Meryl!' "I never spanked my children because I taught them to be respectful". Effective discipline is "as simple as saying, 'No, and I know you're upset, ' or, 'No, and I understand your frustrations'".