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Parenting styles have been grouped into three different categories: authoritarian, permissive, and authoritative. The authoritarian approach to parenting provides children with a clear set of rules which have to be followed without question or reason, while permissive parents constantly are giving into their child’s every wish. The authoritative parenting style gives children rules along with explanations for those rules, and reinforces good behavior. Therefore parents should make sure the way they parent their children will be positive, and not negatively affect their children now or in their children’s future. According to Consistent Parenting Advice.com the authoritarian parenting style has a “Do as I say, not as I do,” approach.
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I was approached by the manager asking if I would be interested in spending some time with one of the female youth in the house. I was given basic need to know knowledge on the situation that had arisen in the house between mum and Kim. The need to free up mum’s time by giving her a break and help Kim into other suitable activities. This may have been seen as the solution at that time. In week three I became kaitiaki for Kim (15-years old), the oldest child living in Whare Tauranga.
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