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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.

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What's Your Parenting Style | Parents

Watch as Parents Magazine gives advice for parents on the your parenting style! The parenting style you choose for you and your partner is the foundation for how you approach parenting decisions. These issues include where your child sleeps and how you tackle discipline. Positive parenting is like having a democracy. Positive parents expect children to follow their rules and limits. Positive parents are also willing to listen to their child’s emotions and problem solve together. Authoritarian parenting is like a dictatorship. This means high expectations of children, and the parent’s rules always stand–there is no negotiation in this form of child rearing. Permissive parenting is like an anarchy. These parents listen to their children, but set few rules. Permissive style of parenting children is more like being a friend than a leader. Attachment parenting means being highly responsive and physically available to the children, without negative discipline. This creates a very secure, confident parent and child bond. No matter the parenting style you feel is right for your family, make sure you are all happy. Be flexible, and step back to evaluate this relationship every so often.

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Authoritarian Parenting Style

The Parent Corner: Autocratic Parenting aka Authoritarian Parenting


Authoritative Parents – Singapore Parenting Style II

Authoritative Parents show a good balance of reproach and love. They are the kind that children will benefit from the most.

See what they look like. Are you or your parent as such? Share with us your thoughts. Or approaches you take towards such parents. #freedomatlas


is Your Parenting Style in Sync with what Your Child's Temperament Needs?

You can love your child in a way that leaves them feeling alone and empty. you can love your child in a way that hurts their self-esteem. Dr. Sandy tells the story of how this happened to her.


What Is An Authoritarian Parenting Style?

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NCLEX Practice Questions: Authoritarian Parenting Style (OB/Peds/Health Promotion and Maintenance)

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C. There are high expectations of each family member

E. Punishment may involve withdrawal of approval


A nurse who works with families may encounter various parenting styles. The authoritarian parenting style is one that is strict and where the parents exert a great amount of control over their children. The parents may physically punish the children or discipline them by withdrawal of approval.


Parenting Style Quiz

Using clips from sitcoms and movies, we would like the participants to identify the type of parenting style they observe. Included is a short clip for permissive, authoritative, authoritarian and non-involved parenting styles.


Authoritative Parenting Style Clip Example

Using a clip from the Fun House TV Show, we would like the viewers to observe an example of how an authoritative parent would act.


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