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== Cooperation with punishment ==
 
== Cooperation with punishment ==
   
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To cooperate with one's own [[punishment]] means to be [[compliance|compliant]], to [[obedience|obey]] the instructions given, to [[submit]], to not [[resistance|resist]], and to do whatever is needed for the procedure. Cooperation is usually desireable behavior because it means less physical or verbal force is needed in the course of the punishment. This reduces trouble, saves energy, and makes the punishment more controlled and thus safer.
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To cooperate with one's own punishment means to be [[compliance|compliant]], to [[obedience|obey]] the instructions given, to [[submit]], to not [[resistance|resist]], and to do whatever is needed for the procedure. Cooperation is usually desireable behavior because it means less physical or verbal force is needed in the course of the punishment. This reduces trouble, saves energy, and makes the punishment more controlled and thus safer.
   
 
Many types of punishment work only through cooperation, such as [[time-out]], [[corner time]], the [[naughty step]], [[grounding]], [[extra chores]], [[standing on one leg]], [[writing lines]].
 
Many types of punishment work only through cooperation, such as [[time-out]], [[corner time]], the [[naughty step]], [[grounding]], [[extra chores]], [[standing on one leg]], [[writing lines]].

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