The Four Types of Parenting

Date:

Parenting is hard. At least, that’s what I imagine it to be. No matter what kind of parent you are, your child’s fate remains in your hands.

Permissive Parenting

This style of parenting is known for being more of a friendship role than anything. Parents will often avoid conflict to maintain that friendly relationship and discipline doesn’t come easy for the children of these parents. This may lead the child to struggle academically.

Neglectful/Uninvolved Parenting

These types of parents don’t know their children and are distant. While most of the time it is intentional, there are quite a few cases where it is unintentional. For the most part, the parent is usually distant because of personal matters such as depression and anxiety.

Authoritarian Parenting

Authoritarian parents believe children are inferior to them. You will often hear them say “Because I said so” rather than giving their child an explanation. When rules are to be made, the parent will belittle the child’s feelings to get their way. Often times the child will grow up to become a pathological liar.

Authoritative Parenting

Children with this type of parent commonly feel loved and accepted. This is because the parent takes time to get to know their child and takes what they have to say into consideration. This type of parenting is the healthiest of the four types. Children with these parents are said to become responsible and open-minded adults.


Now that you know the four types of parenting, what kind of parent are you? What kind do you aspire to be?

For more information, check out CNBC and Very Well Family!

Share post:

Subscribe

Popular

More like this
Related

2024-2025 Drug-Free All-Star Applications Now Available!

Attention Angelina County high school juniors! Applications for the...

Angelina College Athletics Weekly Update

Angelina College Softball is heading into its last week...

A Gathering of Winners

Angelina College Softball’s 2014 National Champs Celebrated at Reunion...

Angelina College’s School of Visual and Performing Arts Celebrates Scholarship Recipients

Incoming, Returning Students Recognized in Ceremony In a relatively new...