That can effect children mentally and emotionally because children try to find answers to why their parent is not dedicating as much time. When single parents are involved in new relationships they can become more focused on their new partner and put their children aside. Sometimes step-parents can be abusive towards children and even with their partner. They can be manipulative and make their partner and step-children feel that they are not good enough. That is when abuse becomes part of their life and the parent and children tend to believe whatever they are told.
They expect very strict obedience and do not tolerate disagreements or back talk. Their children are usually withdrawn and not friendly. Girls of the authoritarian parent will tend to be very dependent, while the boys will be unusually hostile. The second style is Permissive, as you can probably guess by the name they don’t mind giving permission to their kids to do almost anything, they also don’t require much of their children, and won’t hold themselves responsible for the way their children end up. Permissive parents just want their kids to be happy and do whatever it is they want to do.
Lots of parents think they have enough reasons for having a child, but do parents need children to satisfy themselves, to dedicate their love to him/her, or to train a good, useful person for the society they’re living in. Children are not toys whom whenever parents feel tired of them, just throw them away. They will grow up and will be parents someday. Children need to be supported. Not with neighbors, babysitters, friends, but with parents.
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.
Discipline in children Nowadays, parents take lightly the task of educating their children. Since the world outside the family consumes so much time, they do not discipline their children as much as they should. The more quality time you spend with your child, the more disciplined he/she will be. Spending quality time with your child will make him/her realize that they are important to you. Sometimes children misbehave on purpose so they can call to your attention.
Permissive parents tend to be very caring and loving, which makes it hard for them to set rules. Instead of using rules, the parent believes that allowing children to make their own choices will also help them learn to solve problems on their own. Because there are no rules, parents use bribery on their kids, using toys or money to get them to listen to them. This parenting style has a very strong communication level with their children. However, because these parents desire to be more of a friend, conversation usually leads to the child deciding for themselves instead of the parent leading them in the right direction.
Although these parents are very loving of their children they do not have many rules that their child should abide by (Cherry, K. 2017, para.1). Not setting ground rules gives the child the freedom to do whatever they want and know that they will not receive a harsh, if any punishment at all. Also, parents who are permissive tend to want to be their child’s best friend. The child in this parent in child relationship tends to have more control than the parent. If there are not any rules in place to be followed the child will eventually resort to negative behaviors, and may even be insure because of the low discipline from their parents (Cherry, K. 2017, para.
However, this means that it takes a lot of time for children to develop independence, and being surrounded by people who can always help you and assist you does not make the situation any better. Dictators have the desire to separate young children from their families because children begin to learn how to do everything on their own, and they become self-sufficient individuals. In order for children to be self-reliant and complete various orders from dictators, they have to be tough and able to manage on their own. Parents influence children to remain children, meaning that they have less responsibility and expect that most things should be done for them. This is one of the major reasons that children live separately from their family in totalitarian societies.
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.
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