Different Types Of Parenting Styles

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Augustina Viyera Composition 1 11:40-1:10 Katie Kelly If we look around and observe our everyday life we will notice that we see many different types of parenting styles. Many parents create their own parenting style based on important factors like culture, education, and religion. Generally there are two main types of parenting style proposed. These two styles seem alike but are very much different from each other. Strict parent and the not so strict parent. The two approaches towards parenting differ from each other and this is why. There are some parents who are strict and less responsive to their child’s needs. Those type of parents are more likely to spank their child rather than have a one on one discussion with their child…show more content…
Strict parenting is a form of parenting that expects a child to obey to rules and regulations set out with little or no input or communication from the child. This type of parenting style is a harsh, and an emotional climate that is low in parental responsiveness and high in parental demand. High standards of behavior are expected and high value is placed on obedience with respect for their parents. Generally strict parents are not very emotional or affectionate and are often mean and angry. In a strict environment for the kids in the environment it has many effects. Children rarely learn to think on their own, the children will often feel pressured and will develop a fear of failure, may be very angry, resentful and frustrated. Develop a resentment towards authority, have a tendency to act out and often have low self-esteem. Other type of parents are not only demanding but always encourages their child to be an independent person. Instead of punishing them the parents will allow the child to feel more freely and confident in making their own decisions. In that child’s future that the child will have a higher self-esteem and a good give-take value. This type of parenting is one that communicates in a warm, accepting, and nurturing. Parents maintain firm expectations on their children 's behavior while still holding them accountable for their own actions. They show love, understanding
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