Did you know that I love to do algebra? I love the workings of an equation. I love the why algebra makes perfect sense. Sometimes on long airplane trips, I do algebra problems from a college workbook. I get plenty of stares and I just keep going working my way through the problems as they become increasingly more difficult. I love solving algebraic puzzles. But there is a puzzle that I find very difficult to solve. Maybe you can help.
Recently I have received several emails from readers who decided to contact me. Several ask why does ttwd/dd work? I say that it is easy to explain, and then proceed to get all tongue tied trying to tell strangers how this ttwd/dd works. I say to each emailer that when you actually try it, you will see how well it works. If you haven't tried it, don't knock it.
Ttwd/dd links the heart, the brain and the bottom. Harmony is achieved, peace is restored and love is at its core. Wives melt into the arms of husbands. Implements are tucked away and there you have it.
Okay.......... a little more slowly. Wife is upset; hubby tells her to calm down; she chooses to not settle down; he decides to spank to restore peace; spanking happens and peace is to be found. Wife melts into husband's arms and she tells him she is calm. He can tell she is calm by the way her voice is soft and thinking clear and sensible. Brain, heart, bottom are all connected here. Great loving follows and harmony is restored. Sweet wife follows her strong, loving husband. A clean slate and an opportunity to start over!
Whenever I try to tell my version of how it all works, what I write does not sound clear and concise. I have tried many times and am perpetually frustrated. Help me out here, readers of my blog.
What is the connection between your feelings, brain, and bottom?
How does it work? Why are we wired this way? You try your hand at explaining it. It is not easy. Please put your explanation in the comment box and we can all think about each other's responses.
Okay, now your turn to explain how ttwd/dd works at your house. Try putting "this whole thing" into words. (Thanks, Katie)