Pamela Kaye
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Mothers and fathers tend to have good intuition and knowledge of their own children. They often know more than they think they do, and they should not be afraid of making mistakes. Children are resilient and forgiving and usually learn and grow through their mistakes. Parents tend to be just as resilient and forgiving.

Herese our 5 list of Parenting Style:

Balanced parenting, is a parenting style first described by scientists in the 1960s. It includes high warmth and support for your child along with appropriate monitoring and discipline. We sometimes use the words “authoritative” or “lighthouse” parenting instead of “balanced,” but they mean the same thing. A balanced parenting style works because it does three things: Your warmth, love and involvement make your teen more open to your influence. 

Uninvolved parenting, sometimes referred to as neglectful parenting, is a style characterized by a lack of responsiveness to a child's needs. Uninvolved parents make few to no demands of their children and they are often indifferent, dismissive, or even completely neglectful. Uninvolved parenting is characterized by low emotional responsiveness along with a lack of supervision. Researchers have found that uninvolved parenting could make children the victims of bullying by peers or older siblings as the parents are unable to guide them.

Permissive parenting, sometimes called “indulgent parenting,” is a style of child-rearing that features two key traits: being nurturing and warm (which is good for kids), and. being reluctant to impose limits (which is problematic).  Studies show that affectionate, responsive parenting fosters secure attachment relationships. It promotes psychological development, and protects children from toxic stress. However, permissive parents do not control or regulate their children's behavior. So their children are less aware of the limits of acceptable behavior. They also exhibit worse impulse control and have more behavioral problems. Permissive parents might make comments such as “I never say no to my child” or “my child chooses what they want to do.” Permissive parents struggle to set age appropriate boundaries and instead shift decision making to children.

Strict parenting, in psychology, strict parents are defined as parents who place high standards and demands on their children. Strict parents teach you how to actually value the things you own by making you earn them for yourself. You learn excellent powers of persuasion. Having strict parents means you had to choose the right time, the right moment and the right mood to present any kind of argument. Because strict parents set boundaries and enforce limits, children learn self-control. These kids are less likely to succumb to peer pressure or engage in risky behavior. Strict parents are consistent with discipline, and children learn at a young age that consequences exist for inappropriate behavior. But such pressures can lead to sleep deprivation, eating disorders, anxiety, low self-esteem and poor academic performance. They tend to change their way of thinking. They stop doing anything.

An overbearing parent, is someone who wants control over their kid's life and choices. Adult children of overbearing parents often endure this treatment for decades because they either feel powerless to stop it or feel that the emotional cost of doing so would be too high. People with overbearing mothers or an overbearing parent may be more likely to struggle making decisions, suffer from anxiety and have low self-esteem.

Good parenting is an accumulation of actions and interactions that you have with your child. It is driven with purpose and end goals in mind. Good parenting aims to develop in children character traits like independence, self-direction, honesty, self-control, kindness, and cooperation.

How did your parents raise you? What kind of parents are you? Let us know in the comment section below!

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Bri Forrester
i have a strict parent growing up
July 30, 2022
Isla Moon
permissive parents can't say "NO" to their child
August 1, 2022
Carmel Daky
i cant deal with an overbeating parents
August 3, 2022
Mae Yong
balance parenting
August 8, 2022

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