Parenting is not an easy job, but that is not an excuse for having bad mannered and rude children. Most of the time the parents are trying as hard as they can to raise a well-mannered child, but other external factors are diminishing those parenting skills. Some of those diminishing factors are depression and disagreements between parents. Depression can be directly linked with bad parenting. When a parent or both of the parents are depressed, they don’t want to do anything, which includes raising a child.
Children of permissive parents are often seen as spoiled and inconsiderate. They grow to be impulsive and lack self-control. They may feel insecure because of the lack of boundaries and guidance. The third category is uninvolved parenting, which is also known as rejecting-neglecting parenting. Both the authoritarian and permissive styles deal with parents who love their children and act in the child’s best interest, even if their approach has negative outcomes.
Innogen and Miranda question their self-acceptance when they have little control over their life. Both women demonstrate the lack of trust with their actions because their father dictates their behaviour. Initially, Cymbeline and Prospero pin point the wrongdoings of their daughter’s choice in men; Innogen and Miranda, respectively rebel against their actions. In other words, Innogen reflects on her problems to build self-control. Similarly, Miranda develops self-control when she trusts herself to make the right choices without her father’s influence.
In this type of parenting, spoiling the children’s behavior by giving bribes and gifts are their parenting tools instead of setting the boundaries and expectations. Parents are often afraid to set limits as they believe child has to be true to his or her own nature (Traunter, 2017). According to research (2009), children under the permissive parenting approach is more likely to display low achievement in many areas and develop other risky behaviors such as drug use and other forms of misconduct. Children under the permissive parenting grow up without the strong sense of self-discipline. Since the parents don’t set the boundaries for the children, they lack the skills in social setting.
Parenting is not as easy a task as it may seem. Trying to strike a balance between protection, freedom of space and the right-upbringing of a child can prove to be a tough ordeal. It is therefore common for some parents to make the mistake of being overprotective and refusing to let go. Overprotective parenting causes numerous negative effects, the most common being the inhibition of learning, the limitation growth and the development of behavioral problems. Firstly, one of the negative effects of overprotective parenting, is that children are inhibited from learning in the early stages of their lives and, hence, do not develop some of the fundamental skills during that period of time.
Along with her father’s drinking problem, her mother’s lack of rules and parental skills are out of the norm. She believes "people worry.... “people worry too much about their children. Suffering when they are young is good for them”(28). Her mother believes that they can learn on their own, showing that she does not care about the hardships her children are constantly dealing with in their environment. With this negligence the children are often forgotten about as well.
Another excuse for permissive parenting is when parents claim they do not have time to exert control over their children because of external factors such as work. Kids that come from these backgrounds can be seen as impulsive, dependent, disobedient and rebellious. These children from permissive households seem to do poorer in school and have trouble with social skills as well. An example of permissive parenting is seen in the movie “Mean Girls” When the mom tries to be friends with all of her daughter’s friends. The mom in the movie is more concerned with being a part of the gossip than actually trying to parent her child properly.
Because of that, children express their own opinion while they communicating with their parents, challenge the opinion which given by their parents since they are young. Parents always consider that expressing opinion as rebel, and cause the conflict with their children. Part of the parents paid attention with their children’s opinion but in the same time they also worry that their children lost themselves. It cause a lot of parents don’t understand that why they having a big problem when they are communicating with their children. The main reason is that they have get the wrong way to communicate with their
Kids of all ages around our country, have some difficulty to concentrate in school and get their task done. Some children start in an early age which develops a bad habit later on in life. Reason why this occurs in children and some adults is result of ADHD, a disorder that creates lack of concentration and lack of controlling energetic behavior. It can also mean that it’s hard for the person to be organized with their life and turns it into a habit. Children with poor concentration in school and educational work, can affect them later on in life if not treated or start to be organized in their own time.
The most prompting answer to these questions is that most parents who were neglected as a child repeat this cycle in neglecting ones own child. Many parents of CEN children had parenting styles of a self-center viewed (Lutma & Farmer, 2013). For example, parents expected their children to fulfill their needs, rather than the other way around. This self-center viewed by parents had crucial factors for children getting the proper stimulation and protection. In addition, parents provided the basic psychological care (i.e., clothing’s, food, shelter) however, was not able to be responsive to their children emotional needs because they did not receive it from their parents (Lutma & Farmer, 2013).