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Jolina shuns corporal punishment for kids

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JOLINA Magdangal said that she does not believe in corporal punishment for children.

“Hindi ako naniniwala run. Pwede mo s’yang paluin pero not with your hand. At saka pinalo mo s’ya hindi dahil sa gusto mo lang mamalo or naingayan ka. Meron ka kasing gustong ituro sa kanya na kapag naramdaman n’ya ito, maiisip nya. Pero hanggat hindi maaaring paluin, wag sana,” said Magdangal, during an interview in “Tonight with Boy Abunda” over ABS-CBN.

Asked how she reprimands her child, Magdangal said: “Kinakausap ko s’ya eye to eye.

May konting pressure pagbubuhatin ko s’ya at sasabihin ko sa kanyang tignan ako sa mata. Tapos saka ko s’ya yayakapin para malaman n’yang nakikipag-communicate s’ya sa akin,” said Magdangal.

Magdangal is one of the hosts for the new morning show “Magandang Buhay” on ABS-CBN starting Monday, April 18. Joining here are Karla Estrada and Melia Cantiveros.

Magdangal said that they were not pressured in any way in replacing the time slot of Kris Aquino’s defunct morning show “Kris TV.”

“Iba kay Ate Kris. ’Yung sa amin naman hindi naman kami nagmamarunong at iba ’yung sa amin kaya lahat tayo pare-pareho tayong may matututunan dito,” she said.

Magdangal, who just arrived from Dubai, said that she is so happy to be reunited with her friends Estrada and Cantiveros.

“Yung friendship namin nag-umpisa pa noon sa ‘Your Face Sounds Familiar.’ Pinagpatuloy lang namin dito sa ‘Magandang Buhay.’ Araw-araw thankful ako sa mga nangyayari sa buhay ko at kahit na may mga problema, thankful pa rin ako,” said Magdangal, who is also promoting her new CD called “Back to Love.”

Magdangal, 37, is married to Rivermaya’s drummer Mark Escueta. They have one child Pele Inigo.

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