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What Are The Three Main Parenting Styles?

There are a lot of parenting styles. But what are the 3 main parenting styles you need to be aware of?

1) Stage 1 is the least mature stage. 1:30] Kids are usually selfish, manipulative, getting out of control. The parenting style required for this stage is ‘Consequence’. Since there’s no cooperation from children, you have to pick a kind of consequence that doesn’t require cooperation at all.

2) Stage 2 is about cooperation 3:49]. Kids are already cooperating with you. Now, you’re willing to negotiate. “Let’s work together” is a hallmark of Stage 2. Now you choose a kind of consequence that requires cooperation. You can make them write an essay about a rule he broke, who is hurt by it and what’s his commitment looking forward. Now, you communicate with them. So this parenting style is called, “Communicator.”

3) Stage 3 is called the “Consultant”. 6:53] This happens when your kids are older and ask for your advice.

When kids shift from different stages, you also get to shift along with them with your parenting style.

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Chore Charts, Reward Systems, Helping Kids Form Good Habits and Routines – Parenting Tips

This video is full of ideas of different systems you can use to motivate your kids and toddlers to get chores done, do homework or school, form new habits or get AM and PM routines established.

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intrinsic motivation

“Pop” Behaviorism, Intrinsic Motivation, & Trauma

Stop the madness!

Motivation

Token economies, level systems, behavioral management plans, IEPs, Positive Behavioral Support, RTI, light systems, and the list goes on and on.

It seems like everywhere you look in the helping, parenting, criminal justice, or educational world you see systems of rewards and punishments designed to control and change behavior.

Unfortunately, many of these are designed by people without much understanding of behavioral science or neurobiology and often result in unintended consequences that do more harm than good.

In this episode, Matt and Curt examine the cost of many of these popular approaches, how they fail those with unresolved trauma, and how we can help those we serve to find their own internal motivation.

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things great parents do different

18 Things Great Parents Do Differently

What are some things great parents do differently? What traits do good parents have in common? Listen to find out more.

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becoming a parent changes you

Joe Rogan – Becoming a Parent Changes You

Joe Rogan and Brendan Schaub on parenting.

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Better you are, the better parent

Your Child’s ADHD Circuit: How ADHD Works #ADHD

The brain is so fascinating. And to understand what it is going on in a brain when ADHD is involved is even more intriguing! Watch this short video and see if it helps illuminate what some of your students might be struggling within their learning. I created this simple video series, The Brain Biology of Learning. Students –and the parents and educators that care for them— must understand what’s really happening in the brain to best navigate challenges…

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Understanding Your Child’s Emotions: A Developmental Approach | UCLAMDCHAT Webinars

UCLA psychologist Catherine Mogil, PsyD, and learn the best strategies to help your child manage difficult feelings in different developmental stages. Watch more UCLAMDCHAT webinars at https://www.uclahealth.org/uclamdchat.

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Authoritative parenting tips for mornings

http://nurturingritualsforchildren.com/ Do you find the dash to get out of the door, drop the kids off at school and then get to work stressful? If you do then the 3 tips in this article will definitely help you.

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Adapting Your Parenting Style to Your Child

The NYU Langone Child Study Center’s Dr. Lori Evans talks about how parenting is not one size fits all. Parents may need to adjust their “style” to an individual child’s needs. Dr. Evans is the CSC’s director of training in psychology.

Learn more about NYU Langone’s Child Study Center: http://www.nyulangone.org/locations/child-study-center

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