Monday, October 26, 2015

4 Parenting Styles

Every grandmother and grandfather will tell you hilarious stories of their children when they are first born. And for every funny and touching story, they will be able to tell you another for every hardship they encountered. A parent is something that is done in different ways by each parent. Here are four styles that are commonly used by parents.

Authority: Parents authoritarian ruled just that: authority. Orders were given to the children that they must comply regardless of the circumstances. If this order is not followed, harsh punishment will occur. Parents do not welcome feedback from their children. In fact, it was met with severe punishment. Children tend to be calm and happy. They have more of a fear than love for their parents. The children of men have trouble dealing with anger and girls have difficulty faced difficulties due to a very structured life where nothing changes.

Pampering: Pampering parents tend to be described as loose. They allow childish behavior and immature. Parents expect children to learn from their mistakes and to fend for themselves at most times of need. Parents tend to be democratic and allow for feedback from the children that there are issues. They will hear both sides of an argument and usually make a compromise. Indulgent parents usually avoid confrontation with their kids by all means, but tend to be more involved and emotionally closer to their children.

Authoritative: Parents authoritative is a combination of the two styles mentioned before. They are happy medium. Hoping proper behavior of their children, they welcome feedback and questions on certain issues. They could to stuff the request of their children but also capable of responding to what their children say, questions and requests. These children tend to be the happiest, most confident and self-assured all the styles mentioned parents. Very difficult to be a purely authoritative parenting.

Passive: Passive Parents were really involved. Parents may never home because of immaturity, work or the like. These children are usually raised by grandparents, child siblings, babysitters or themselves. The involvement of parents at all.

We expect many happy stories!

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