Effects of Different Parenting Styles
There are four different kinds of parenting styles which are authoritative, authoritarian, permissive and uninvolved parenting. These parenting styles include different steps and actions which have different effects on children.
The parents who have authoritative parenting skills have flexible rules which depend on different situations. Parents will include their child in their discussions and listen to their child’s point of view. They always explain the rules to the child when they have made their final decision..
These parents have so many rules and punishments to be used when the child does something wrong. They do not expect their child to have a perspective on a situation and will not listen to their children.
These parents are very relaxed and they share an informal relationship with their child. They let their child do whatever they want and allow children to make their own decisions.
These parents don’t have a good relationship with their child and are unable to effectively communicate. The parents are also not connected emotionally.
It is very easy to see that authoritative parenting has the most beneficial effect on the child. It also should be known that parents cannot use just one of these at all times and can try a flexible combination of the above styles depending on the situation.
These are not set rules, however it is known that the way a child behaves in later years is a reflection of how they have been brought up.
Child might be confident and responsible.
Child may be moody and they might lack of communication skills.
Child might be aggressive.
Child might be rebellious and insecure.
It is a very common rule that if you act with respect, you will be treated with respect by others. It is the same for parenting. If you want your child to have personality and good communication skills, you need to choose the right parenting type.
Consider these results and choose a parenting style wisely. What do you want to be? Do you want to be parents who able to communicate with your children or parents who don’t have any communication with their children?