Keys to Parenting
Dyllan, Mason, Henley, Hollyn
Slide #1: Authoritative Parenting
Slide #2 The Different Types of Parenting
Slide #3 Problems with Permissive Parenting
Slide #4 Problems with Authoritarian Parenting
Slide #5 Video
Slide #6 Authoritarian Parents are Open to New Methods of Discipline
Parents that have busy, stressful days, are likely to send their kid straight into time--out to think about what they have done if they act inappropriate. In fact, 45% of parents with kids aged 2-11 issued a time-out in a single month. Time-outs isolate kids, and they often don't solve anything, leaving the child misguided and abandoned. Instead the parent should focus on a child's emotional needs, use time-outs as a time to help the child regain control with the parents guidance. Problem solving together gives the child ample opportunity to do the right thing and learn from their mistake. Time-outs should be treated like time-ins to give the parent and child an opportunity to fix a problem together, because even if a child is overreacting, something sparked their tantrum, and it is the parent's duty to get to the bottom of that spark. This breed of modern parenting takes traditional parental practices and mixes it with the new, creating the happy medium between authoritative, permissive, and hands off parenting. Most importantly, this type of parent knows that there isn’t a one size fits all in parenting. Parenting is a dynamic relationship that involves balancing out being the role model, friend, and rule enforcer all while attempting to raise their kid based on what they think is best, staying true to their belief.
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