by Robert P.
Note from Darlene:
With permission from the author, this post was moved from the comments section of an Ask Darlene page titled Is diaper discipline child abuse? Diaper discipline refers to the practice of placing an older child—in many cases, an adolescent child—in diapers for disciplinary purposes.
Parents who diaper their older child as a form of discipline dabble in an extremely controversial psychology—regression therapy—that they obviously know very little about; otherwise, they would never consider, never mind employ, such an insidious practice. Regression therapy, even when administered under the care of a highly trained professional, can have serious emotional repercussions.
Robert P., the author of the article below, is a man who endured this form of emotional child abuse. He has courageously shared his own experience in his story on this site at Child abuse story from Robert P. Read on...
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