Children of authoritarian parents tended to be moody and snappy, easily distressed, relatively unmotivated, and not very enjoyable to be around. Children of permissive parents were often impulsive and reckless, especially if they were boys. They tended to be bossy and selfish, rebellious, little to no self control, unmotivated and low in independence and drive for achievement. Quantitative research over time has indicated that the worst developmental outcomes were associated with uninvolved parenting. Children of neglectful parents had behavioural problems such as aggression and often times would throw temper tantrums as early as age three.
Insecure attachment is “characterized by fear, anxiety, anger, or indifference.” (Berger 2014, pg.193). An infant becomes insecurely attached to his caregiver when the child has learned that there are no positive effects to emotional expressions. For example, when a caregiver allows the child to “cry it out” and is unresponsive to the child’s needs, the child will learn that his needs will not be fulfilled by others. This results in the child not being able to develop any emotional awareness and might feel emotionally detached from his caregiver. Insecure attachment affects a child’s brain development which in turn impacts interactions with others, resilience, confidence and the ability to explore their environments.
In authoritative parenting, parents put a lot of effort into ensuring that they have a positive relationship with their child. They give explanations to the reasons behind the rules they set and enforces them and also give consequences, but takes their child 's feelings into consideration. Authoritative parents make rules but they allow for realistic exemptions to the rules. Authoritative parents often use reasonable consequences that teach life lessons. They also use positive discipline to prevent behavior problems and to reinforce good behavior.
In other words, self-motivated kids are benefited by a strict upbringing. Furthermore, independence is an important source of confidence. Confidence is crucial to a successful future. For example, Living The Bump expresses, “strict parents push their children to be better, so they develop confidence in themselves and their abilities” (Zagata). Setting limits and directing raucous kids improves their confidence and overall success.
Family ties are arguably the biggest factor that contributes to a person's opinion, mental health, and consequent decisions throughout life. A person could argue that parents can serve as role models that kids look up to resulting in like minded adults, while others could argue that because of a negative experience with their family it could induce the complete inverse reaction. Regardless, there has always been more significance held in parental relations in specific. This paper will dive deeper into the reasoning behind the biological and social aspects around what makes these the most crucial connections in a person's life. Some biological areas of that will be explored are, the effect of parental love on the human psyche and the implications
Parenting styles have a profound effect on their child’s behavior (Yahav, 2006). According to Diana Baumrind, parenting styles is related to the ability of adolescents to achieve independence and self-regulation as cited in the works of Bednar & Fisher. Understanding the different parenting styles and their impact on the parent-teen relationship may help parents and their teens—navigate adolescence more smoothly (Kopko, 2007) Baumrind determined the four parenting styles which are: 1. The authoritative style is considered the “ideal” parenting style and seems to produce children with high levels of self-reliance and self-esteem, who are socially responsible, independent and achievement-oriented. 2.
Tough love is an approach to parenting. Actually, it is developed to help avoid the tension in dealing with the teenager who is acting out. It might make us feel weird because of tough love can help the parents in handling their children, but as we know and when we correctly understood, the tough love approach is to make a responsible teenager in every way. According to the Tough love philosophy, parents are the ones with the dominant power in a family. In addition, through the tough love also, the parents will increase the chances a child will grow into a well-rounded and successful adult.
Communicating diverse moral integrity in homes contribute to better family life, nurtures children better suited to have success within institutions, work, and finally have an increasingly satisfied future. Proper communication is a two-way path that requires concentration and respect to properly be executed. Children should respect the knowledge and the dynamics of their parents by actively listening because it is a beneficial moral for them. Furthermore, guardians should demonstrate moral communication and concentrated intelligence in answering maturing adult’s rebuttals and beliefs. Constructive character criticism is a powerful force that helps develop adolescence.
Besides that, the effect of this problems are students cannot score in their examination. They also will face a disciplinary problems. Example of the disciplinary problems is they will not attend to class. The worst effect is when the students have a bad relationship with their parents. Parents will get angry with their children and the children will feel discomfort when they have to face their parents.
As we all know, parents are the most influential people in their children development and this situation can be related to the social learning theory. According to social learning theory by Bandura (1977), behavior is learned from the environment through the process of observation. There are four types of parenting style that common practice by parents all over the world and each parenting styles have different impacts on children either it positive or negative. However, permissive parenting style can be highly associated with development of self-centered behavior. Parents that practice permissive parenting style are tolerant, use as little punishment as possible, have few requirements for mature behavior and grant considerable self-regulation by their children (Dornbusch, Ritter, Leiderman, Roberts and Fraleigh, 1987).