According to child psychologists, there are two aspects of parenting that can influence child development, emotion, and behavior: control and warmth. The control aspect describes how parents react to their children and which methods they use to parent. The warmth aspect is how much affection parents give their children.
Learning about the different combinations of high or low control or warmth of these parenting styles could benefit current and future parents – and their children!
Let’s talk about authoritarian parenting, authoritative parenting, permissive parenting and uninvolved parents.
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