Authoritarian and permissive parenting style Have you ever thought about how your life might be if your parents had raised you in a different way? Authoritarian parenting or strict parenting are formed by parents who are very demanding and lack of responsiveness. Parents do not allow long dialogue with their children, also they expect their children to follow very strict rules and if they do not follow those rules they will get punished by their parents demanding obedience. On the other hand, we have a different type of parenting style called permissive or indulgent, these types of parents are very responsive but they lack demanding, these parents are very nurturing, loving, and lenient. They avoid any type of confrontation with their child
Typically a parent would not endure in such actions, but it varies from parent to parent. When left with the situation of discipling their kids, some parents feel guilty for taking measures into their own hands, and other parents feel no remorse. The whole purpose of discipline on children is to set them in place. By that I mean to help guide the child down the right path to a prosperous life and responsible adult. If it means physical or verbal discipline, then it is all for the greater good.
The word discipline, to me, does not necessarily mean punishment. Parents can use discipline as more of a teaching moment for their child. I believe that this characteristic makes for good parenting and I feel as though every parent should do it because discipline provides the foundation for children’s self-control. It is important that we consistently express what we approve or disapprove when it comes to a child’s behavior as the child will start to internalize those standards and begin to act on them. I also believe that discipline is a key part in being a good parent because it teaches children important life skills.
They all wanted to be better parents than they felt theirs were. They all thought their parents were to strict. Our parents did everything for us, and didn’t follow though on punishments. I have seen and still see a lot of parents who don’t even expect their kids to do chores. How does society expect us to not be lazy and unappreciative if our parents and society do not hold us accountable and just keep giving in to us.
Which I find funny because they are always saying I was a kid once too but then they just seem to forget what it feel like because they are too busy being a parent. I think thats one of the biggest reasons that they don’t understand, if they had a kids perspective i truly believe that they would handle a lot of things differently. Some parents don’t care about trying to understand they just try to use their children to make their lives better even at the cost of their children's happiness. While some parents do know a lot, in cases like they are asking you to do something dangerous, if they want you to do something that goes against what you believe, and if they don’t understand the situation. Obviously you should not listen to your parents if they are telling you to do something that is dangerous or something that could harm you because they clearly don’t have your best interests in mind if they are asking you to do that.
Parents still have expectations about their children, but understand that they ... ... middle of paper ... ...esistant to rules set by strict teachers. Because I didn’t grow up with rules, I didn’t understand or respect the purpose of these regulations. To me it all seemed gratuitous. As a reaction to my teenage rebellion, my parents attempted to lay down some rules. By this time though, it was too-little-too-late.
Parents then base standard rules off of the child’s feelings and assures that the child fully understands why they should follow the rules and what the consequences of breaking them will be. This parenting style creates a strong relationship between the parents and their child allowing the child to mature into an independent person that can make their own decisions. Authoritarian parenting on the other hand requires children to listen to rules without explanation. Parenting of this style requires the children to listen to rules without discussion, and most of the time the parents hardly connect emotionally to their child. The results, as Amy Morin who is a psychotherapist says, “Children who grow up with strict authoritarian parents tend to follow rules much of the time.
Authoritative parents t... ... middle of paper ... ...hly damaging way to raise kids. The dispute over how strict or lenient parents should be is never-ending. But one think most people would agree on: Parenting is a hard job. While there is really no set job description, the “job” of parenting is a hard one and the responsibilities are vast. A parent should: Reveal self-worth to their children.
The reason for this is that growing up we did not have much, so we had to work for what we did have. My parents taught me and my brothers to stick together no matter what. The lessons that they taught me causes me to view myself different than other nineteen year olds. I know that nothing I do is for me; it is for the greater good of my family. I strive for the top in everything that I do because that is how I was raised.
This was a legal because teachers thought this was the best to teach students to learn that their own behavior is out of control. Importantly, children didn’t have motivation to learn because they didn’t receive more money because they have a high college degree or college and university only contained a small amount of small people to attend. Education and parents teach young children the difference between good and bad early so they can know later in the future that their behavior is not just hurting themselves; they’re also hurting the people who is surrounded by