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Parenting Styles can differ quite a lot from people to people but it has been catagorised into 4 broad groups being the Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive and Uninvolved parents.

If you are already a parent, it is still not too late.

Please come to this page and learn how to become an even better parent. Or you can also share your journey on some things that you've done right as well as some things that you might have done wrong so that others can learn from you the good and bad which you've gone through.

For those who are not a parent yet, it is good to get a heads up by reading the post shared here so that you can get a perspective and decide which style you would like to embark on. It is not an easy task but most of us have to go through and learn along the way but you're lucky if you can learn from others of what they have gone through.

This is a life long journey that may include happy as well as sad moments but it will come out well some how as long as the parent don't give up and press on to the end. Enjoy the process of becoming a good parent. Cheers! The 4 Parenting Styles: What Works and What Doesn’t.

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The 4 Parenting Styles: What Works and What Doesn’t

Maryann Rosenthal, co-author of Be A Parent, Not A Pushover, reprinted with permission from I believe it’s that overall style or pattern of action — rather than a specific decision — that will most affect a child’s behavior. Generally, psychologists have found that there are two main components of parenting styles. One is responsiveness, or how much independence you’re willing to grant. The other, for lack of a better word, is demandingness — how much strict obedience you require.

These parenting styles fall into a generally accepted four broad categories. What Works & What Doesn't. 4 Types of Parenting Styles and Their Effects on Kids. Your parenting style can affect everything from how much your child weighs to how she feels about herself. It's important to ensure your parenting style is supporting healthy growth and development because the way you interact with your child and how you discipline her will influence her for the rest of her life.

Researchers have identified four types of parenting styles:1 AuthoritarianAuthoritativePermissiveUninvolved Each style takes a different approach to raising children and can be identified by a number of different characteristics. Authoritarian Parenting Do any of these statements sound like you? You believe kids should be seen and not heard.When it comes to rules, you believe it's "my way or the highway. " If any of those ring true, you might be an authoritarian parent. Authoritarian parents are famous for saying, "Because I said so," when a child questions the reasons behind a rule. They also don't allow kids to get involved in problem-solving challenges or obstacles. Effects of the 4 Parenting Styles. What is the most effective parenting style for black boys? Building upon the buzz surrounding their documentary, “American Promise,” Joe Brewster and Michele Stevenson asked Mt.

What is the most effective parenting style for black boys?

Airy author Hilary Beard to help them research and co-author a companion book. That book, “Promises Kept: Raising Black Boys to Succeed in School and in Life,” was the focus of Beard’s talk Tuesday night at Friends’ Central School. The auditorium at the school was brimming with eager parents, students, and educators as Beard pulled from solid research and scores of interviews to highlight “what works” in parenting and educating black boys. Beard spent some time addressing the familiar achievement gap issues while also debunking some long-held misconceptions, including statistics that show there are more black males in college than in prison and more black children in gifted & talented programs than in special education.

Parenting Style for Black Boys. Is the Authoritative Parenting Style Always the Best for Children? - hybrid parenting. Today, the authoritative parenting style is perceived as the golden standard for appropriate parent-chid interactions.

Is the Authoritative Parenting Style Always the Best for Children? - hybrid parenting

However, in many cultures, parents may have an authoritarian approach because they want to raise their children within the culture of respect. They may prioritize different socialization goals, such as respect over emotional closeness with their children. This was true in my family-of-origin; however, today, I am using the authoritative approach with my children. Culture influences parenting in various ways.

The outcomes for children also vary. Parenting Style for European vs Asian Children. The authoritative parenting style: An evidence-based guide. © 2010 - 2017 Gwen Dewar, Ph.D., all rights reserved What is authoritative parenting?

The authoritative parenting style: An evidence-based guide

The authoritative parenting style is an approach to child-rearing that combines warmth, sensitivity, and the setting of limits. Parents use positive reinforcement and reasoning to guide children. They avoid resorting to threats or punishments. This approach is common in educated, middle class families, and linked with superior child outcomes throughout the world. Kids raised by authoritative parents are more likely to become independent, self-reliant, socially accepted, academically successful, and well-behaved. They are less likely to report depression and anxiety, and less likely to engage in antisocial behavior like delinquency and drug use. Research suggests that having at least one authoritative parent can make a big difference (Fletcher et al 1999). Does authoritative parenting look the same in every family?