Authoritarian Style Of Parenting Styles

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Identify one (1) television show or movie that depicts an authoritarian style of parenting, one (1) that depicts an authoritative style of parenting, and one (1) that depicts a permissive style of parenting. Explain the effect that each of the three (3) styles has on the children. The type of discipline you use can have a dramatic effect on your child’s development. Your discipline strategies can have a major impact on the type of relationship you have with your child. The different approaches to discipline can even influence a child’s mood and temperament into adulthood. There are four major recognized parenting styles: authoritative, neglectful, permissive, and authoritarian. Each parenting style uses a different approach to discipline.…show more content…
Permissive parenting style is when parents tend to be lenient and may only step in when there is a serious problem. There may be few consequences for misbehavior because parents have an attitude of "kids will be kids." Permissive parenting is potentially a harmful style of parenting simply because permissive parents take on more of a friend role than a parent role. Few rules are set for the children of permissive parents, and the rules are inconsistent when they do exist. This lack of structure causes children to grow up with little self-discipline and self-control. Children who grow up with permissive parents tend to struggle academically and they may even exhibit behavioral problems for the reason that they will most likely not appreciate authority and…show more content…
Parents, are you tired of feeling disconnected with your child or children? Don't worry! This guide will show you how to use reflective listening to connect with your children. The acronym DEAR will help you remember the most important components in reflective listening to your child or children.
Detect- The first step in reflective listening is to become a detective. You must be able to remove your own reactive, subjective emotions in order to focus on your child. Instead of advising and being judgmental, you should try to observe your child’s demeanor, behaviors, tone, and words.
Empathize- Try to empathize with your child’s feelings without making it about you. Look beyond your child's behavior and connect with your child feelings.
Ask- Ask questions out of compassion. Never ask “why” questions. Instead, you should ask “how can I help?” or “can you tell me about
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