Sandra Dodd

I was replacing a tree I had swiped and colored with trees given to
me by an artist friend, and in testing the pages (search, bad
message, google search of my page stuff), I came across someone
citing one of my pages and also going off wildly on others on the
discussion. The were in England, and male, and it's a few years old,
so I cringed and went to make sure the page he kept listing was still

It was, but some links were bad. So I've been checking, replacing,
tweaking the page

It's not a happy page. It's about recommendations for spanking. But
in the decription (online in a catalog) of a pro-spanking book I
found this:

-=-Best seller! From successful parents, learn how to train up your
children rather than discipline them up. With humor and real-life
examples this book shows you how to train your children before the
need to discipline arises. Be done with corrective discipline; make
them allies rather than adversaries. The stress will be gone and your
obedient children will praise you and bring joy and peace into your
home. Thousands have testified to the amazing results of these
profoundly simple techniques.-=-

The phrase "make them allied rather than adversaries" is from
attachment parenting and La Leche League, neither of which is
recommending spanking.

Language like that as a cover for spanking is kind of despicable, but
it reminds me to remind you not to assume that all people are using
all phrases and words with the same intent.