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Just Parent, No Philosophy Required

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A pediatrician who has seen parenting philosophies come and go, says to forget all the theories and just do it. (Love/ Logic Parenting? Attachment Parenting? Authoritative Parenting? Free-range Parenting?

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Do You Know Your Parenting Style? Authoritarian Parenting, Permissive Parenting or Authoritative Parenting

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Do You Know Your Parenting Style? Find out here!

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Can Strengthening Parenting Couples’ Relationships Reduce At-Risk Parenting Attitudes?


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The Worst Mistakes Parents Make When Talking to Their Kids

The Worst Mistakes Parents Make When Talking to Their Kids | Parenting styles | Scoop.it

Some parents use authoritarian parenting strategies that do not allow the child an independent voice or sense of efficacy. Other parents overcompensate with overly permissive parenting that doesn’t teach kids about limits and self-control. Research shows both extremes can interfere with kids’ ability to regulate emotions and form healthy relationships as adults. The best type of parenting is fair, flexible, respectful, and has learning, rather than submission as its goal. Hearing and respecting feelings, allowing choice, yet setting fair and clear limits on unacceptable behavior is the healthy balance that we should all strive for.

 

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Parenting Styles

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Research suggests that different parenting styles have an important impact on child development. Learn more about these different parenting styles and how they impact children.

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Jon Attwood's curator insight, December 11, 2012 11:03 AM

An overview of parenting styles refering Diana Buamrind's research.

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Authoritative versus Authoritarian Parenting

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Controlling Parents More Likely to Have Delinquent Children

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"The researchers evaluated three parenting styles: authoritative, authoritarian, and permissive.


Authoritative parents are both demanding and controlling, but they are also warm and receptive to their children’s needs. They are receptive to bidirectional communication in that they explain to their children why they have established rules and also listen to their children’s opinions about those rules. Children of authoritative parents tend to be self-reliant, self-controlled, and content.


On the other hand, authoritarian parents are demanding and highly controlling, but detached and unreceptive to their children’s needs. These parents support unilateral communication where they establish rules without explanation and expect them to be obeyed without complaint or question. Authoritarian parenting produces children who are discontent, withdrawn, and distrustful.


Finally, in contrast to authoritarian parenting, permissive parents are nondemanding and noncontrolling. They tend to be warm and receptive to their children’s needs, but place few boundaries on their children. If they do establish rules, they rarely enforce them to any great extent. These parents tend to produce children who are the least self-reliant, explorative, and self-controlled out of all the parenting styles."


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Why I Give My Children Fewer (or No) Choices, Parenting Kids ...

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Why I Give My Children Fewer (or No) Choices, John UpChurch - Christian parenting help and advice from a Biblical perspective. Resources for Christian parents on raising kids!

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Parenting styles often colored by our own childhoods

Parenting styles often colored by our own childhoods | Parenting styles | Scoop.it
We don’t operate in a vacuum, but instead adapt and respond to each other.

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