Many psychologists have focused extensively on the impact of child development or parental role on child behavior and future personality formation. However, there are many cases in which the siblings or even the twins who grew up in the same environment reveal very different personality. In addition, some children have similar characteristics even though they were raised in completely different environments. The psychological theories It is difficult to establish. However, psychologists continue to believe that there is a clear correlation between parenting style and child development. Here are some of the main parenting methods.
▲ Dictatorial parenting style
Parents who follow dictatorial parenting methods believe that children should follow the rules without exception. Also, do not allow your child to participate in the problem-solving process. She focuses on creating rules without taking into account her child's opinions and taking responsibility for consequences when she breaks rules. When the child asks the reason for the rule, he replies, 'Mom or Dad decided so.'
Dictator parents punish children without disciplining them. The belief is that if you keep the hawk, you choose to give pain to your child rather than to teach him to make better choices.
Children who grow up under dictatorial parenting often have very strong hostility or aggression in life, while keeping the rules well. It also becomes a child who lie well to avoid being punished.
▲ Authoritative parenting
Like dictatorial parents, authoritative parents make some clear rules, but allow exceptions if there are reasonable grounds. Authoritative parents act logically when punishing children to teach them important life lessons. They also encourage positive behavior and encourage good behavior. When a child does a good act, he gives awards or gives praise.
Authoritative parenting is a democratic way. Authoritative parents listen to the child and answer the child's questions eagerly. These parents have a lot of expectations for their children, but they also have lots of affection, actively responding to their behaviors and not forgetting appropriate support. The authoritative parent forgives and warms him more than punishes when his child does something that does not meet his or her expectations.
Authoritative parents watch the child's behavior and provide clear criteria for the child's behavior. These parents actively intervene in the child's behavior but do not repress or bind the child. What these parents want is that the child will act actively and responsibly, be able to refrain, and be able to collaborate with others.
Children who are raised under authoritarian parents are often emotionally stable and often accomplish what they are willing to do. They are also excellent at making the right decisions and have the ability to identify and avoid risks themselves.
▲ Free nonsense
Parents who follow a liberal nurturing approach leave the child free. We set the rules, but they are rarely applied and we do not punish them. Even if you decide to punish you, if you promise your child that you did it wrong or promise you that you will not do it again, you will be punished without punishment. Generous parents value the belief that a child is childlike.
Freedom-free parents usually want their children to be friends rather than parents. When a child develops a problem, he or she wants to talk without fault and does not actively prevent bad choices or actions. I intervene when I have a really serious problem for my child.
A child who grows up under a free-spirited parent often ignores authority and rarely shows respect to anyone. In many cases, it is not very good in school. In addition, there are many health problems such as obesity and cavities. It is because parents do not actively intervene without eating junk food or brushing properly.
▲ indifferent parenting
Parents who follow indifferent parenting require fewer children and do not respond to or communicate with their children. Unconscious parents want their children to size themselves and do not spend time or energy to solve their basic needs.
There are many reasons for being indifferent parents, and there are many unintended reasons. Parents with drug addiction or mental problems are likely to neglect their children. They may also have little knowledge of parenting, or become indifferent parents who are hit by work or household chores.
A child who grows up with an indifferent parent usually has very low self-esteem. There are many cases in which students can not concentrate on their studies and have behavioral problems, and happiness is generally low.