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Filipino Child Rearing Practices?

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Filipino child rearing practices include the use of a rod, slippers or little slaps on their kids whenever they do something wrong. They target to get their kids attention, and if possibly to have them stop doing whatever they are doing wrong. These types of practices are not used in many first world countries.
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