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This is a project that my friend Drew R Young and I did for our psychology class, it illustrates different parenting styles, and the possible results they may produce in the children later in their lives.
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Scout O’Donnell’s talk will explore the current trends in parenting science from both a sociological perspective and from the point of view of children. Named after the strong-minded, independent young girl in To Kill a Mockingbird, Scout O’Donnell grew up in Vermont and Connecticut. The alternative ways in which her parents chose to raise her contradicted the ways experienced by her peers at the competitive prep school she attended in her early years. In this TEDx talk, she relates her story of maturing into the independent girl she was named after. She shares not a doctor’s perspective or that of a parent or psychologist, but her own perspective on the best way to raise a child and progress in society as a product of alternative parenting. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Want to see Permissive Parenting Examples & Permissive Parenting Examples in Movies? Watch this video: Permissive Parenting Examples in Movies You'll see permissive parenting style examples including from movies such as Big Daddy, Mean Girls, and Willy Wonka. This is the best video to see permissive parenting on YouTube. To learn more about Permissive Parenting, check out: https://youtu.be/h9ctI5yTods To learn more about Parenting Styles, check out: https://youtu.be/WYU3-Sls5fQ To learn more about Authoritative Parenting, check out: https://youtu.be/tZ62NAoGnE4 Visit https://seed2stem.com to see more articles on STEM Parenting
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In this video, we will discuss the four different parenting styles and the effects these styles have on your child. References: Bee, Helen (1997) The developing child , 8th edition by Wesley Educational Publishers Inc. Cole, Michael (1993) The development of children by John Fortunato Child Psychology -- 7th edition (2009), R.D. Parke & M. Gauvain, Published by McGraw-Hill in New York. Child of Our Time, Tessa Livingstone, 2005, published by Bantam Press
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http://tinyurl.com/bvepnab - Democratic parenting style. There are no hard and fast rules of how you should discipline your child. Though parenting skills are equipped with all parents automatically, the level of the effectiveness varies according to the parenting styles applied by the parents. There are many books and classes about parenting style and which method to follow. Authoritarian, permissive, and democratic are the three main types. Authoritarian is considered to be a very strict way of disciplining. Parents are always right. Parents have full control over children. Permissive parenting style is the total opposite of authoritarian parenting style. The control lies with the children. No rules and regulations to follow. Children are free to do anything they want.
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Parenting Styles: 1. Authocratic - rules_punsihsemnt - Child( obedient ),(Poor Social Skill) quote-( "Becuase i said so") 2. Democratic- rules(Follow it) (Guide desirable way) (Cooperate with child) -Child(Happy) (Confidence) quote-("How can we make this work for both of us?") 3. Permissive- No rules -Child Ways quotes("I want to be your best") or (" Let me do that for you because you aren't capable fo doing it yourself")
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4 Types Of Parenting Styles authoritative,authoritarian ,permissive and neglectful and their Influence on Children. https://youtu.be/Z8NUlL3SPm0 time as you become used to your new role in life. However, it is good to be aware of the different parenting styles out there, including authoritative, neglectful, permissive and authoritarian, and discover which approach best suits your individual situation. Parenting Styles Every child is unique, which means that the job of every parent is an unpredictable and individual task. While general advice about parenting styles and approaches can be helpful, it is important to always consider your personal needs and situation, your personality, and the effects that you want to have on your child. Parenting can be hugely rewarding, intensely frustrating, joyous, and exhausting – and it never ends, even after they’ve grown up. However, the parenting style that you choose for your family at an early age can have lasting effects on a child’s emotional, intellectual, physical and psychological development. Therefore, they style with which you choose to parents must be chosen carefully. Modern psychologists have reach a consensus on the four primary styles of parenting, narrowing it down to four categories – authoritative, neglectful (uninvolved), permissive and authoritarian. These four primary categories are the result of two components that, when mixed and matched produce the four types. These two components are parts of a parents’ personality, namely how much independence you grant and how much obedience you require. The different types, as their names might imply, are explained below. Authoritative Most experts believe that this combination of obedience and independence is the healthiest and most productive style of parenting. Not only does the child grow up with a sense of social responsibility and the ability to moderate their behavior, but they are also motivated to engage in new challenges, maintain high self-esteem and embrace their own autonomy. Hands-on parenting means being a part of your child’s life, and establishing clear boundaries in familial and social situations, but also encouraging creativity, freedom of thought and self-expression. This parenting style often results in well-adjusted students that interact with others well, perform at above average levels and self-motivate as they get older and begin to experience new obstacles in life. They are self-sufficient, but not selfish. Authoritarian While the names may sound quite similar, there is a major difference between this second style and the first. Although children who are raised by authoritarian parents typically perform well in school, and are often at the top of their class, their parents’ strict treatment of them can often have tangible results later in life. Children raised under this type of parenting often find it difficult to make friends, suffer from depression and lack self-confidence. They may not act out in poor behavior, due to their parents’ harsh level of control, but they also don’t explore, discover or interact with the world as openly.When a child is raised in an authoritarian structure, they find it difficult to follow their own instincts, and are constantly seeking the approval or permission of a parent. Their independence is not celebrated; it is often quashed out in the parental bid for control and dominance. Permissive Sometimes, you see a child in a grocery store, or at a community event, where the parent seems to be aware of their child’s exploratory behavior, but doesn’t seem to draw a lin Well come to our Channel: ''HEALTH & FITNESS'' Our channel ''HEALTH & FITNESS'' give us a lot of information about health and fitness. HEALTH & FITNESS is a most important for Healthy life. So keep watching to our channel for more videos HEALTH & FITNESS. Thanks For Subscribe ,Like and Share to our channel: https://goo.gl/UDorwZ Follow us on social media: Facebook Page https://goo.gl/xXga12 Facebook https://goo.gl/vsGuJG Instagram https://goo.gl/F16iqI Youtube https://goo.gl/UDorwZ Google Plus https://goo.gl/pkrpC6 Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter.None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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How can we teach discipline to our children without punishments or rewards? How can we teach them right from wrong in a world with so many contradicting ideals? How do we raise our children to prepare them for the challenges of an unknown future? Democratic parenting systematically builds mutual trust and respect between parent and child. Inspiring positive self-discipline, good judgment and clear thinking - without coercion, threats or bribes. This book cuts through the myths and clears the clutter to reveal practical and sustainable ways to use democratic parenting in your own family.. http://www.DEMOCRATIC-PARENTING.com
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One of the most difficult aspects of raising children can be conflicting parenting styles between parents and indeed, using a variety of parenting styles. Parenting expert and author Sharon Witt joined The Circle this morning to discuss the various types, including Sargent Major, Democratic, Helicopter and Buddy Buddy and what the specific elements of each may involve. This segment aired on 13th February, 2012 and is courtesy of Network Ten
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Permissive parenting is sometimes known as indulgent parenting. Parents who exhibit this style make relatively few demands upon their children. Because these parents have low expectations for self-control and maturity, they rarely discipline their children. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Parenting/465071553575008 Twitter : https://twitter.com/parentingventun Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/VentunoParenting/ A Ventuno Production http://www.ventunotech.com
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This is a webinar on how to resolve conflicts or disagreements between parents who may have different parenting styles or discipline approaches using democratic parenting methods. Hosted by Blaise T. Ryan, sponsored by www.parentlearningclub.com
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Many couples struggle with their different parenting styles, one being generally strict and one laissez faire. We also struggle within ourselves-if we are too permissive and things become chaotic, we may explode with anger. If we are overly strict and that doesn’t work, we may give up completely. We don’t want to be authoritarian, that is, using coercion, blame, and threats; nor do we want to be permissive, that is, doing anything to please or giving up boundaries completely. How do you balance the desire to develop responsibility and freedom in your children to bring them up as capable and loving individuals? There are positive motivations underlying both authoritarian and permissive parenting. Yet when parents are too strict or too lenient there are harmful consequences. Some parents are strict or permissive in only one or two areas and then the opposite in other areas, such as doing homework, use of technology, eating habits, and bedtime. Both philosophies have wonderful values at their core, but can be used to such an extreme that they backfire. Authoritarian parenting Authoritarian parents want their children to be capable, successful, responsible, and independent. Excessive authoritarianism can be harmful in the following five ways. 1. Relationship is ignored. The relationship with the child gets ignored, and there's little appreciation for playfulness, imagination, and creativity. 2. Harsh inner critic. The child develops a voice in his or her head that is overly self-critical, replicating the parent's voice. 3. Target for bossy people. Having learned to be obedient, the child is primed to be submissive to other authoritarians. 4. Sneaky and secretive. Obedient children often can only satisfy their own curiosities and desires by sneaking around and lying to their parents because they are afraid of their parents' strict reactions. 5. Hatred and anger. If there's a lot of shame and punishment, the child may end up hating themselves and/or their parents. Such hatred and anger may also lead to a violent demeanor. Permissive parenting Permissive parents want their children to be happy, to feel loved, to be creative, and to enjoy the moment. Excessive permissiveness, however, can lead to the following four harmful effects: 1. Demanding children. When parents' fear of conflict leads them to overindulge their children, the children learn to become entitled and demanding. 2. No self-discipline. An over-indulged child doesn't learn to postpone gratification, a key quality to success and happiness in life. 3. Anxious and insecure. Ironically, when children are allowed to do whatever they want without boundaries, they feel less self-empowered and confident. They don't know how to place boundaries on themselves or on others. 4. No respect. If the parent is always trying to please the child, the message is sent that the parent feels very uncomfortable with any kind of anxiety or discomfort. How to balance responsibility and freedom Respectful parenting 1. Discipline with respect. Provide discipline with respect and kindness. You can set boundaries without being overly demanding or authoritarian. 2. Listen with empathy. If you listen to your children, you'll be able to know where they're coming from. As a result, you'll be able to speak to them more effectively. Also, when you listen to your children, they are more likely to listen to you. 3. Be reasonable. Don't be afraid to be flexible or amend a rule or a consequence, especially if you set the consequence when you were in the heat of anger. But this doesn't mean you change reasonable rules and consequences simply because they beg you to do so. 4. Don't try to be liked. You can be kind and enjoy being liked. Yet the moment they sense that you desperately want them to like you, you lose your authority and the respect they have for you. 5. Stand firm when necessary. Don't be afraid to insist on rules and consequences that you believe are reasonable and important. Stand firm, not by losing your temper, but by using your personal power, which is often steady and quiet. Avoid begging and pleading. That only shows lack of personal authority. In conclusion, try to role model having self-discipline and respect, while still being able to enjoy life, and have a relationship with your child. by Dr. Alison Poulsen Healthy Relationships and Effective Communication www.sowhatireallymeant.com @alisonpoulsen https://www.facebook.com/dralisonpoulsen
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Permissive Parenting (The Pros & Cons of this Parenting Style) Interested in Parenting? Maybe you've researched the four different parenting styles and parenting approaches, and Permissive Parenting sounds interesting to you? Watch my video to see Permissive Parenting examples and Permissive Parenting pros & cons. In the video, I share 9 reasons why the Permissive Parenting style may not be right for you. I also share suggestions & tips on how to be a better parent. If you’re interested in getting amazing & free advice for parents, especially on to raise STEM & Growth Mindset kids, then check out https://seed2stem.com Interested in learning more about authoritative parenting and how to be a better parent? Sign up for my free checklist, Keys to be an Authoritative Parent (9 Actions you can take to start to be an authoritative parent!) by visiting: https://www.seed2stem.com/be-authoritative-parent/ Join our Seed2Stem Facebook Group to learn from other parents like you! http://bit.ly/2rEv77Y If this video was helpful, please leave a comment below saying “helpful!”. Also, comment on any pros or cons you've personally witnessed from a permissive parent.
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Watch as Parents Magazine gives advice for parents on the authoritarian parenting style! Authoritarian parents place high demands on their children and believe the parents have the household power. This style of parent involvement tends to use negative forms of discipline, such as taking away privileges or spanking to punish bad behavior. Authoritarian parental guidance does not usually respond to a child's feelings or opinions. These parents often respond to questioning with "Because I said so," and they have very firm rules. Parenting in the authoritarian right tends to lead children to rebel later in life. This form of child parenting is not effective at teaching, and it does not usually spur good behavior. As a parent, you want to help your child build a solid foundation of independence, not anger or a bad attitude! 10 Annoying Things Every Parent Does (But Never Admits to): http://www.parents.com/parenting/better-parenting/advice/annoying-things-parents-do/ Watch more Parenting Style Videos: http://www.parents.com/videos/parenting-style.htm?showVideo=true Subscribe to the Parents channel: http://po.st/SubscribeToParents About Parents: We’re here to help moms and dads raise happy, healthy kids—and have A LOT of fun along the way. Parents features information about child health, safety, behavior, discipline and education. There are also stories on women's health, nutrition, pregnancy, marriage, and beauty. It is aimed primarily at women ages 18–35 with young children. Follow us today to become the best parent you can be! Official Parents Website: http://po.st/ParentsOnline Follow Parents on FACEBOOK: http://po.st/ParentsOnFacebook Follow Parents on TWITTER: http://po.st/ParentsOnTwitter Follow Parents on PINTEREST: http://po.st/ParentsOnPinterest Follow Parents on INSTAGRAM: http://po.st/ParentsOnInstagram
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What is assertive democratic parenting? Parenting stylesassertive parenting paars. Democratic parenting raising your child positively mommy edition. Know all about democratic parenting tips. Googleusercontent search. Php ask 13 url? Q webcache. A yes, democratic parenting is the same as positive. Some parents have a specific style chosen for personal reasons; Others don't give it. Whenever there is a situation with my child i will have to talk them and negotiate her until 19 feb 2014 after reading this blog post on the difference between authoritarian, democratic, permissive parenting styles, several parents written 16 may 2013 are many different ways approach. This style of parenting allows the child a is psychological construct representing standard strategies that parents use he emphasized significance to establish democratic family adopts method periodic councils and paars dedicated charity for who suffer from abuse their adolescent children when i grow up my will definitely be. The best way to describe democratic parenting is first look at authoritative. These include certain communication skills, the ability to make children feel safe and supported especially during disagreements, etc 30 may 2014 democratic parenting style is an integration of other two that raised by parents have higher self esteem, here, we discuss four main styles research has identified permissive, authoritarian, neglecting. Democratic parenting character and citizenshipparenting styles discipline what is democratic parenting? Definition of style treating kids as equals momjunction. Permissive? Democratic? Your parenting style has a huge impact. Parents have 'the power' and assume that children will obey do as they are told family child studies shown democratic parenting is best for the positive development psychological adjustment in hand of set skills necessary to be one's daily behaviors. In an authoritarian home, parents rule and children are expected to obey. As you will see, one of them is parenting and discipline based on natural logical consequences empowers parents to raise responsible, cooperative, independent children without 7 apr 2013 psychology definition democratic a style suggested by alfred adler where the guide child's 9 mar 2017 momjunction brings details this style, such as concept, its features, advantages disadvantages before understanding what is, it important understand opposite parenting, namely authoritative nov 2015 three hundred sixty five two parent families from nichd study early child care youth development were rated trained 21 always wish adopt suitable keep their well disciplined. Being the democratic parenting beliefs and observed parental sensitivity what is parenting? Askopinion. Democratic parenting style treating kids as equals. Democratic parenting what is it really? Ask the coach. Democratic parenting style essay examples democratic the teaching experiment. This is a parenting style which ambitious and one in parents children 14
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Democratic Parenting download: http://www.perfectparent.info Democratic Parenting is a complete solution related to parenting issues. It's a useful reference for all caregivers of children who want to raise a truly empowered next generation. Grandparents, babysitters, nannies and teachers will all find Democratic Parenting of great value and encouragement. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsSmibEBkBQ Democratic parenting democratic parenting review democratic parenting download democratic parenting pdf
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4 Parenting Styles – Characteristics And Effects What Is A Parenting Style? Diana BaumrindThe parenting style construct commonly used in psychology today is based on the work of Diana Baumrind, a developmental psychologist. Baumrind noticed that preschoolers exhibited three different types of behavior. Each type of behavior was highly correlated to a specific kind of parenting. Based on extensive observation, interviews and analyses, Baumrind identified three initial parenting styles: authoritative parenting, authoritarian parenting and permissive parenting (1967). Maccoby and Martin (1983) expanded this parenting style model using a two-dimensional framework. They made further distinction by expanding Baumrind’s permissive parenting into two different types: indulgent (permissive) parenting and neglectful (uninvolved) parenting. These four parenting styles are sometimes called the Baumrind parenting styles or Maccoby and Martin parenting styles. Definition Of The 4 Parenting Styles Parenting styles are categorized based on two dimensions of parenting behavior: Demandingness refers to the extend parents control their children’s behavior or demand their maturity. Responsiveness refers to the degree parents are accepting and sensitive to their children’s emotional and developmental needs. Authoritative Parenting High demandingness. High responsivenss. Authoritative parents have high expectations for achievement and maturity, but they are also warm and responsive. These parents set rules and enforce boundaries by having open discussion and using reasoning. They are affectionate and supportive and encourage independence. This parenting style is also known as Democratic Parenting Style. Based on Baumrind’s research, children of authoritative parents are: Appear happy and content. Are more independent. Achieve higher academic success. Develop good self-esteem. Interact with peers using competent social skills. Have better mental health — less depression, anxiety, suicide attempts, delinquency, alcohol and drug use. Exhibit less violent tendencies. High demandingness. Low reponsiveness. Although authoritarian and authoritative parenting styles have similar names, they have several important differences in parenting beliefs. While both parental styles demand high standards, authoritarian parents demand blind obedience using reasons such as “because I said so“. These parents use stern discipline and often employ punishment to control children’s behavior. Authoritarian parents are unresponsive to their children’s needs and are generally not nurturing. Children of authoritarian parents: Tend to have an unhappy disposition. Are less independent. Appear insecure. Possess lower self-esteem. Exhibit more behavioral problems. Perform worse academically. Have poorer social skills. Are more prone to mental issues. Permissive Parenting (Indulgent) Low demandingness. High responsiveness Permissive parents set very few rules and boundaries and they are reluctant to enforce rules. These parents are warm and indulgent but they do not like to say no or disappoint their children. Children of permissive parenting: Cannot follow rules. Have worse self-control. Possess egocentric tendencies. Encounter more problems in relationships and social interactions. Neglectful Parenting (Uninvolved) Low demandingness. Low responsiveness. Neglectful parents do not set firm boundaries or high standards. They are indifferent to their children’s needs and uninvolved in their lives. These uninvolved parents tend to have mental issues themselves such as maternal depression, physical abuse or child neglect when they were kids. Children of neglectful parents: Are more impulsive. Cannot self-regulate emotion. Encounter more delinquency and addictions problems. Have more mental issues — e.g. suicidal behavior in adolescents. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAf3_EHAdrHMSxk6-7bHG9w?sub_confirmation=1 More from Tamam Health: -8 Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis https://youtu.be/VnnvYaEuZVA -10 Early Signs of Lupus https://youtu.be/_uHju14c3NY -5 Common Symptoms Of Perimenopause https://youtu.be/R7jOfYE5TCA 4 Parenting Styles – Characteristics And Effects By TAMAM HEALTH
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Dr. Thomas Gordon discusses authoritarian, permissive and democratic styles of parenting. Democratic meaning everyone has a voice (not the political definition). Parent Effectiveness Training teaches a method of resolving conflicts so no one loses.
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http://tinyurl.com/b8b5hzn - Democratic parenting reviews. Democratic Parenting is a book that outlines a bold new approach to dealing with your children more successfully, easily and in ways that will ensure an easier dynamic within the household. Traditional methods of parenting that stress discipline and control through fear, shame and the threat of consequences and punishment may be more limited in their effectiveness as well as potentially damaging for the children they are used on. For any parent who has trouble understanding the motivations and reasons behind behavioral issues, or who wishes to get more out of their attempt to foster and guide their young ones, this book will have a lot to offer. Learning more about the ways that it can benefit your family would be to your advantage.
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Raising a happy child can be easy if you know the right parenting style to implement. Check out the details at http://howtodisciplineachild.com/democratic-parenting-review.
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From my Udemy Parenting Styles course, this is the fourth video outlining the four parenting styles. In this video I talk about permissive parenting which has low levels of limits and expectations and high levels of love and respect. The first video in the series covered the parenting matrix, the second video covered authoritarian parenting style, the third video covered uninvolved parenting, and the final video will cover authoritative parenting. For a free parenting course please visit http://www.alt-solutions.org/parenting
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From my Udemy Parenting Styles course, this is the third video outlining the four parenting styles. In this video I talk about uninvolved parenting which has low levels of limits and expectations and low levels of love and respect. The first video in the series covered the parenting matrix, the second video covered authoritarian parenting style, the next videos will cover authoritative parenting, and permissive parenting. For a free parenting course please visit http://www.alt-solutions.org/parenting
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Watch as Parents Magazine gives advice for parents on the positive parenting style! Being a positive parent, as explained by Dr. Ari Brown means being authoritative--like a democracy with mom and dad having the final say. Positive parents value mutual respect, responding to their child's needs while being nurturing, but they know how to get kids to follow rules and be good listeners. Positive parenting encourages cooperation with parental guidance; they may say "I understand how you feel" to their child and "let's figure out a way to make us both happy." Setting up rules and being both consistent and fair are basics of the positive parenting style. Sticking to boundaries fosters independence and self-control for kids. Using non-physical discipline in child rearing turns a child's mistake into a teaching moment. They do not believe in spanking. Numerous studies have shown kids who grow up with positive parents have higher self-esteem and are better at taking personal responsibility compared to those parents who don't set reasonable, nurturing guidelines for parenting children. Positive discipline means you respect, listen, and reward good behavior with love. Follow these eight points to teach kids right from wrong. Subscribe to the Parents channel: http://po.st/SubscribeToParents About Parents: We’re here to help moms and dads raise happy, healthy kids—and have A LOT of fun along the way. Parents features information about child health, safety, behavior, discipline and education. There are also stories on women's health, nutrition, pregnancy, marriage, and beauty. It is aimed primarily at women ages 18–35 with young children. Follow us today to become the best parent you can be! Official Parents Website: http://po.st/ParentsOnline Follow Parents on FACEBOOK: http://po.st/ParentsOnFacebook Follow Parents on TWITTER: http://po.st/ParentsOnTwitter Follow Parents on PINTEREST: http://po.st/ParentsOnPinterest Follow Parents on INSTAGRAM: http://po.st/ParentsOnInstagram
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Highly Demanding and Unresposive = Authoritarian. Just a silly cartoonish example of the authoritarian parent as per Baumrind's theory. This is an exaggeration, not a literal defintion. Just for fun. As acted by the students in my Drama Class. Yup, this one was my idea.
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