You see a mother in a supermarket slap her child.
Vous voyez une mère dans un supermarché qui gifle son enfant.
hey, I was raised that way.
As long as it is not abusive, I would not worry about it. I have no say in how a mother raises her child.
Depends on the situation. The child should have been better behaved, but I hope the child doesn't cry too loudly and irritate me and the others in the store.
Everyone has different ways of disciplining their children.
I continue on my way because different parents have different parenting methods. However, if the slap is more along the lines of serious abuse, then I report it to the authorities.
I feel this is more of a cultural issue. I feel I have no say in the way a mother raises their child. Slapping is one thing, but if it comes to actual physical hitting, then I would call the authorities without hesitation.
I pretend that I didn't see anything simply because I believe that while in the American culture, that may be considered "child abuse", in other cultures, hitting a child when he/she is young is a form of education.
I will not interfere, because a simple, light slap does not justify me getting involved in her educational matters.
I would ask if this was entirely necessary and tell her that this form of discipline for children is not just.
I would be shocked and feel sorry for the child.
I would confront her and tell her it was an inappropriate way to punish a child, and inform child services.
I would feel ashamed for her.
I would not be happy but would not say anything to her.
I would think that it is wrong for a mother to slap her child.
I would want to say something, but I probably wouldn't. I would be too afraid to intrude.
If it was a light spanking on the butt, I probably wouldn't do anything. If it was an actual slap, I would probably talk to the store manager/security. It's a tough situation because you want to help the child, as opposed to just making things worse.
If the child was really misbehaving, and the mother did it only once, then I would not do anything. I would think it's sad that it had to come to that, but I would not do anything. If, however, the child was being repeatedly abused, I would have alerted some authority.
It's her child... I'm not gonna do anything. A slap isn't necessarily equal to child-abuse...
nothing besides keep grocery shopping
Report her to the employees.
That's a tricky one. Probably report it to the store manager.
ça me chagrine
Ça me dérange qu'on frappe les enfants, cependant si celui-ci est insupportable et qu'il a fait une grosse bêtise, cela peut être mérité.
c'est une mauvaise mère
Cela me choque mais je n'irais rien lui dire.
cela me rendrait triste pour l'enfant, mais je ne ferais rien
j'ai pitié pour le petit et ça me rappelle quand mon père a fait la même chose quand j'étais petite.
je continue de faire mes courses
Je fais comme si j'avais peur en regardant l'enfant.
Je la regarde d'un air réprobateur, si c'était violent, je lui dis qu'"on ne fait pas ça" et j'essaie de faire sourire son enfant si je le recroise.
Je me demande pourquoi.
je n'interviens pas
Je ne fais rien.
Je ne réagis pas.
Je ne supporte pas cela et j'aurai bien évidemment beaucoup de compassion pour l'enfant. Je ferais les gros yeux à la mère mais je ne m'interposerais pas
je pense qu'elle est française
Je reste sans action.
Je sais pas.
je serais choquée mais je n'interviendrais pas
Je viens calmer l'enfant et dis à la mère qu'il est encore jeune pour comprendre les choses
Tout est envisageable selon la situation.