3 year old child wants this toy, this candy, this something and she wants it nooooow!

The crying starts, escalating into a full-blown tantrum.

After all, what is the goal when you’re dealing with children? To show who’s boss? To instill fear?

Or to help the child develop into a decent, self-confident human being?

Good parenting helps foster empathy, honesty, self-reliance, self-control, kindness, cooperation, and cheerfulnes

It also promotes intellectual curiosity, motivation, and desire to achieve.

It helps protect children from developing anxiety, depression, eating disorders, anti-social behavior, and alcohol and drug abuse.

Some researchers say that Too many parents base their actions on gut reaction. But some parents have better instincts than others.

They say children should never be hit not even a slap on a toddler’s bottom.

they suggest that If young children is headed into danger, into traffic, we can grab him and hold him, but we should under no circumstances hit him

Parent’s relationship with his or her child will be reflected in the child’s actions including child behavior problems.

If we don’t have a good relationship with your child, they’re not going to listen to you.

Think how you relate to other adults. If you have a good relationship with them, you tend to trust them more, listen to their opinions, and agree with them. If it’s someone we just don’t like, we will ignore their opinion.”

Parenting style has a big impact on how children develop into adults, and there are important implications for their future success

Parenting style is usually categorized into 4 types:

Authoritarian parenting

It is characterized by adherence to rules, a dominating style, and a great deal of control. The authoritarian parent may be punitive and is likely to believe in the “spare the rod, spoil the child” rule. Research suggests that as teenagers, children of authoritarian parents may lack some of the critical social and communication skills that are so important for leadership. Moreover, children raised by authoritarian parents tend to become authoritarian themselves, both in their interpersonal relationships and as parents.

Neglectful parenting

It is when parents simply don’t engage much in the parenting role. They spend little time with their children and are happy to let the TV and video games do the babysitting. Children of neglectful parents often have trouble following rules, because there has been few rules and little adherence to rules in their upbringing. Children of neglectful parents can have behavior problems due to lack of self-control. Communication skills may also not fully develop.

Indulgent parenting

This is characterized by attentive parents, who provide a great deal of warmth and interaction, but few rules and constraints. An “anything goes” attitude is typical of indulgent parents, and parents seem more like friends than parents. This parenting style often leads to higher levels of creativity in children, but there is little self-control, few boundaries, and a sense of entitlement. This can create one-sided interpersonal relationships, where the adult child of the indulgent parent is more willing to take than give.

Authoritative parenting

It is the gold standard for parenting. Authoritative parents encourage their children to be independent, but also set limits and boundaries. Discipline is applied, but in a supportive, non-punitive way. Typically, authoritative parents give their children increasing levels of independence as they mature and this leads to higher leadership potential in the children of authoritative parents. Social skills, self-control, and self-reliance are more highly developed, and these are qualities that make ideal employees, leaders, and life partners.

We all know that parenting is both a tough and a fun job and we understand that turning our children into better human beings is of utmost importance to us.

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