In this image released by Dorian Hammonds, Russell Fredrick, co-owner of A-1 Kutz, grooms the hair of an unidentified boy in Snellville, Ga. (Dorian Hammonds via AP)
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Russell Fredrick's middle son was 12 when he wouldn't quit playing around in class and ignoring his homework, so the barber did what he does best.Clinical psychologist Claudia Shields of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has helped parents find healthy ways of disciplining their children based on behavioral research.Police said, however, that the girl's death appears unrelated to the video and the father didn't share it on social media himself.Gresham criticizes the profanity parents used in some of the ugly cut videos.Fredrick, too, has his limits. Among thousands of comments on several of the videos are those questioning the motives of parents.That's hard to prove or disprove, but Gresham's not the only parent to sound off online after viewing a particularly trash-talking, clipper-happy couple and their two shorn sons in a six-minute video.Scott has three daughters and a 10-year-old son. He's never gone the hair route, but he doesn't judge parents who use it on teen boys for serious infractions, as a last resort.
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