Authoritative Parenting Style

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Introduction Parenting is the process include nourishing, protecting and guiding children through the course of development in physical, social, emotional and intellectual. (Brook, 1991) It is continuous series of interaction between children and their parents. The parenting style shows significant to the development of their children, includes acceptance with responsiveness and controlling with demanding. Acceptance parents will support and understand the needs of their children. They will be willing to give encouragement and praise to their children. Controlling parents will set many rules and monitor their children in order to firm that the rules are obeyed. Different levels of acceptance and controlling will result in four different parenting…show more content…
Authoritative parenting style is more flexible with demand and exert control, but they are accepting and responsive to their children need. They set rationales for their rules and children can involve in some family decision. It includes optimum levels of demanding and acceptance. Parents will care about the wants and children’s feeling. It involves communication about children’s life goal, emotion and development. My father involved inductive discipline that combined with authoritative parenting style that encouraged me to take into account the potential effects of my behaviors in myself or others about what I will do or will not do. He emphasized on ‘how to achieve the goals’ instead of ‘what achievement should…show more content…
Because they can apply their passion to the existing activities and modify it in order to contribute to the world. Sufficient free time with low stress and pressure will result in high ability of creativity and critical thinking. Communication skills will be enhanced also and improve the leadership skills and increase connection of friends and others. Communication begins with good listening skills that children can learn from their authoritative parents. They try to learn observation of non-verbal body language in order to understand the deep meaning of the conversation. Furthermore, collaboration skills can be trained as their parents are sharing knowledge and authority at home to their children. Authoritative parents can fulfill motivation of children need. In Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, they can fulfill balance life of the children so as to reach
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