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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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Parenting – Different parenting styles / examples & outcomes in children behaviors

Research indicates that the style parents use to raise their children can have a great and long-term impact on their son’s or daughter’s behavior and decision making.

The video session discusses about four basic styles of parenting, including dominating, permissive, unengaged and positive and their general outcomes to fine tune parenting style.


The 4 Parenting Styles: Part 3 Authoritarian
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LMSW Exam Prep: Parenting Styles

Brief review of parenting styles. Visit my website for more study tips, tutoring information and learning style assessments.


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parenting styles (Punjabi) By Baldev Mutta ceo pchs

To engage youth (13 to 24 years of age) and parents to help address issues related to healthy interactions between families and communities through support, group programs, mentoring programs, and referral to appropriate external agencies.


Parenting Styles Powerpoint

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Parenting Styles

Chapter 3 video depicting parenting styles and the effect that they have on children.


Psychology 101: Parenting Styles


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