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Ericka Souter

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Mom Corps

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Mom Corps

1205 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite 136

Atlanta, Georgia, 30068

United States

Company Description

Mom Corps is a national professional staffing company that specializes in professional job opportunities that offer job seekers better work-life satisfaction and as such, enables our clients to attract and retain experienced, high caliber talent that is proven...more

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StopSpanking.org | Stop Spanking

Ericka Souter, Editor of a well-known online magazine Mom.


StopSpanking.org | Mom.me asks, "Is there a right way to spank your child?"

Ericka Souter, Editor of a well-known online magazine Mom.
e just published an article titled, "Is there a right way to spank your child? Just the title of this article makes me cringe. Can you imagine the uproar on Mom.me if there was an article titled, "Is there a right way to slap your wife? The double standard is mind bending! Ms. Souter does not hit her own child, thankfully. And yet, she sees no problem with other parents hitting their own children. In her view, its a personal choice. She even admonishes herself as going into "judgmental mommy mode," when she witnesses a mother strike her son five times on the subway. Ms. Souter looks away. I can understand that intervening with a stranger is a very difficult situation, and I am not suggesting that the stressed out mother deserved an eye-roll from Ms. Souter. I am suggesting that if Ms. Souter was less muddled in her own mind about violence against children, her response may have been very different. She may have found a way to intervene, to say something on behalf of the child, to recognize the mother's distress and also voice a boundary. "I can see you are really upset. It isn't OK to hit children. Or "I'm here to help" as she intervenes and stops the hitting. Maybe she could have given the mother a note with resources for getting help. It gets sticky here, doesn't it? It takes practice, and it is really uncomfortable. What if the mother gets angry with me or lashes out? This is a topic for a whole other article, but we didn't even get that far, because, for Ms. Souter and many others - hitting children is a personal choice. Screen Shot 2015-04-18 at 3.56.09 AM "Personally, I still feel spanking is not right for my child, but it's ultimately up to each parent to decide what's best for their family," Ms. Souter concludes. Ms. Souter didn't - at least not in this article. How about... Ms. Souter did ask some intriguing questions for her article that she did not include.


http://katv.com/news/nation-world/nfl-dads-send-message-to-daughters-in-viral-pantene-ad

"Dads can teach their daughters a lot," Ericka Souter, editor of Mom.me, tells ABC News.


http://www.katu.com/news/national/Kids-Birthday-Gift-Registries-parents-party-registry-children-295641901.html

Ericka Souter, an editor at the website Mom.me, said she had reservations when she initially learned about the trend.
"You always run the risk when kids get to make these gift lists," she said. "They feel entitled. They feel that they should get everything on it, and that can create a problem if you are not setting the right limitations, if you do something like this." While she acknowledges that there are "some merits" to the idea, she still doesn't think it's a good thing. "There are some things about birthday parties that shouldn't be so planned out and so expected from a kid's point of view," she said. "They should be surprised when they open their presents, and your friends and family members shouldn't feel pressured to get things on that list." Parents who plan to set up a registry for their child should set ground rules, she added. "They need to, No. 1, let them know there are price limits to what they should put on the list," she said.


http://thestir.cafemom.com/about.php

Editors: Sasha Brown-Worsham, Ericka Souter, Jeanne Sager


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