This can cause the child never to learn what they should, or if they learn they become authoritarian just like their parents. The kids who go through this can develop psychological problems such as anxiety and depression faster and may develop self-esteem. A survey on authoritarian parenting was done and found that middle-aged Americans ... ... middle of paper ... ...earn and know not to do the same mistake again. In summation, parents decide how they want to raise their children. In either an authoritarian parenting style or a permissive parenting style or any other way they believe is right because in the end it’s their choice.
These same styles of teaching are also observed within the home. Diana Baumrind discovered that there are different styles of parenting that every child experiences from different behaviors or attitudes. First parenting styles are Authoritative which is when parents are more demanding but sensitive and responsive to their children. This parent sets clear rules that are expected to be followed but when a rule is broken they do not shame there child. The child is pulled aside, reminded the child of rules, and talk through on how to correct the behavior like a warning.
Discipline isn’t just about giving kids’ consequences, it ensures children are gaining the skills they need to become responsible adults. There are many types of discipline and approaches to parenting, so don’t be afraid to look into what some of these are. When you discipline your child you are offering them many different types of benefits. Discipline can also help your child manage anxiety. Childhood discipline needs to be done for these three reasons, to get your child to respect you and for you to respect your child, make your child understand what they did wrong, and make your child realize no matter how old they are you will still discipline them.
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.
Sometimes children misbehave on purpose so they can call to your attention. Some of the most important ways to educate a child are the following: be consistent about rules, model good behavior, reward the good behavior, be clear about rules, neutralize arguments, distinguish punishment from discipline, withholding privileges, and pay attention to the child´s feelings. Parents need to be consistent and clear about their rules. They should be discussed in a moment when the child is willing to listen and not when he/she already broke it. The rules should not be vague; it is better when the child knows what his/her parents are expecting.
When a parent becomes the only parent in the household they are more focused on their job and do not always pay much attention to their children. That is a mistake they make because parents need to understand that they are the first role model to their children. That most likely what children see their parent doing is what children are going to think is the right thing to do as they grow up. If children are not getting the attention that they need they start think that their parent does not love them enough. That can effect children mentally and emotionally because children try to find answers to why their parent is not dedicating as much time.
Authoritarian parenting style is when parents enforce strict rules and high expectations without being affectionate. On the other hand, authoritative parenting style is when parents will allow their children to know their standards, limits, independency, and the behavior that they should use. These two parenting styles have common ways of teaching their children to behave, but the difference is that authoritarian parents do not show much affection toward their children and authoritative parents do show affection towards their children. Authoritarian parenting style affects children’s dev... ... middle of paper ... ...lling in life. According to researchers, “Authoritative parents are both highly responsive and very demanding (Maccabi and Martin 1983).
The nature of providing proper parenting can be provided by guardians or parents who will be responsible for attending all of their children’s needs. This is to enhance a more effective approach that aims to enhance learning process of children and helping their emotional integrity to be responsible while growing up with their parents. The cause of parenting helps a child to grow being disciplined with their behavior and the way that they think for themselves and to others. Proper parenting can be performed by any adult or early adulthood aged individuals who are passionate enough to provide necessary care for their children. It is observed that improper parenting style makes their children to grow irresponsible because they can be at risk for becoming delinquent individuals in the future.
Authoritative parents are known for setting expectations and consequences, encouraging independence, listening to their children and being open to discuss options of punishment, administering fair discipline, and being nurturing. Children often admire their parents and develop some of the behaviors that their parents have. When being a parent, one should make sure that he or she is behaving as a positive role model rather than a negative one to insure that their children have positive guidelines to follow. “Because authoritative parents act as role models and exhibit the same behavior they expect from their children, kids are more likely to internalize these behaviors” (“Authoritative Parenting”). Authoritative parents begin showing their children what behaviors are acceptable at a young age
An effective parent will learn as they teach in order to grow into understanding with their children. Authoritative parenting has a stronger positive outcome due to the balance maintained within the structure of this parenting style. According to developmental psychologist Diana Baumrind, “Authoritative parents are firm, setting limits for their children. As the children get older, these parents try to reason and explain things to them. They also set clear goals and encourage their children's independence,” (Baumrind 2005).