Fountain Magazine - Parenting Styles: How They Affect Children
Editor’s note: During this winter class session PEP Leader Paige Trevor is writing weekly about her PEP I class, which meets Wednesday mornings at Temple Micah in Northwest DC. This is the second post in this series about the eight-week class. A nice, full class of parents filled Temple Micah’s cozy and book-lined library. It’s a […]...
When Parenting Styles Differ - WebMD
Parenting style has been found to predict child well-being in a number of areas, including social skills, academic performance, and the degree of problem behavior. The Authoritarian, Permissive, and Uninvolved styles can carry a high cost:
They found that one particular style of parenting that ranks high on the poor parenting monitoring scale, which is sometimes referred to as "uninvolved parenting" (not knowing where kids are or what they're doing; not disciplining; not showing warmth or being involved in kids' lives) was associated with higher immune system activation.
If yes, you might want to rethink your parenting style
Thanks Dr. Rosenthal. This is a great article mentioning different styles for parents. What I often wonder is, how we can customize the styles for siblings. We have seen kids behaving in different ways or growing into adults with different behaviors though the parents used the same style for each of the siblings. Any thoughts?
Parenting styles – another look | Sustaining Community
How would these parenting styles work in practice? For example, a teen wants to go with a bunch of friends on a weekend outing to Mexico where, the parent suspects, wild partying is on the agenda because of younger drinking-age requirements there:
Working with Different Parenting Styles
Studies have shown that Authoritative parenting has been most effective in child development. This style of parenting increases academic success, psychosocial maturity, self-reliance, autonomy, and social behavior. By raising your children in a warm and nurturing environment, giving them guidance, but loosening the reigns, you are allowing your child to discover the world and their individuality, creating strong and confident children. Authoritative parenting provides a nice balance for both parent and child, establishing a trusting relationship and strong bond between the two.
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Sometimes the Permissive style is based on confusion. The parents are so out of touch with the pre-adolescent and adolescent world that the best they can do is to try to be a pal to their child. So they tend to give their kids what they ask for and hope that they are loved for their accommodating style.
The 4 Parenting Styles: What Works and What Doesn’t | …
Parenting styles can be influenced by many factors including; culture, family history, demographics, age, education, socioeconomic status, and many more. Ultimately, all of these factors should be set aside and maternal/paternal instinct along with the child’s needs should be the main focus of parenting. The most important thing about being a parent is recognizing your child’s individuality. Children are such amazing little beings, filled with life and curiosity. It is our job as parents to meet the needs of our children to the best of our ability. To tailor our parenting to best suit them and help them grow to become responsible, respectful, and well-rounded individuals.