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Effective Parenting for Ultimate Parents

An ultimate parent is that who has a very strong and respectful bond with his/her child. Parenting becomes extremely difficult if the father and mother have different parenting styles. Did you ever notice what type of parenting style you are using with your child? Are you having a lot of expectations from your child? According to you, what is the best method of parenting?

Parenting cannot be taken as just a responsibility that you have to fulfill. Instead, it’s a feeling of love, care and wishes to raise your kids as a successful and confident person. But, how you children think and behave totally depends on the style of parenting you are using with him. Do you know about different styles of parenting? Do you really want to become an ultimate parent? Let’s explore here some styles or methods of parenting so that you have a clear understanding of what you are expecting and what to expect from your child:

Aggressive Parenting Style

Parents are very strict with many rules and harsh punishment on the negotiation of that rules. Parents expect a very high level of respect and obedience and there is not any direct communication with kids. Parents who follow this style do not have a good bond with their kids. Also, children become less confident.

Confident or Assertive Style

This style comes up with some rules, however, some expectations are also allowed. Parents have reasonable expectations from their children that every child easily fulfill. There is a direct and clear communication between parents and their child. The assertive style is the method of practicing patience, affection, and consistency.

Lenient or Permissive Style

This kind of style is known as permissive parenting. In this, parents are somewhat lenient with their kids. They set up only a few and easy rules for kids and no any harsh punishment on breaking that rules. This style comes up with only a few boundaries for kids and fulfillment of basic needs. This method protects your child from many negative consequences of life.

Uninvolved Style of Parenting

This method is adopted by those parents who totally neglect their child behavior whether it is positive or negative. These parents only fulfill materialistic needs of their children instead of social and emotional needs. They keep themselves busy in their own life, work or business etc. This style has a very negative effect on brain development of kids.

Hope, you are cleared about different parenting styles now. Many parents adopt a combination of two or three depending on their wishes and needs.