Kate Gosselin's wooden spoon spankings criticized
Kate Gosselin has received a firestorm of criticism sparked by a shocking new claim that alleges Kate unleashed an extreme method of discipline on her young children, and now a child abuse group has expressed their concern over her alleged wooden spoon spankings.
"We certainly know that there are better, healthier and more effective means for disciplining children than the one being suggested," said James M. Hmurovich, President & CEO, Prevent Child Abuse America exclusively told RadarOnline.com.
While he didn't know enough of the details of the situation to comment specifically, Hmurovich explained that "all caretakers and adults can benefit from learning about what's age appropriate in terms of discipline and a child's stage of development."
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, reporter Robert Hoffman claims that he found secret journals that Kate used to help her write her books, Multiple Bles8ings and EightLittle Faces. "She was beating 2-year-old babies in diapers,” he told Star magazine. “I don’t judge somebody for spanking, but what Kate wrote in her journal is just absolute violence."
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