Two Types Of Parenting Styles

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The environment influences things like your child’s language, as well as how independent he/she is, how well he bounces back from tough times and how good he/she is at forming relationships. Children are like a sponge, and anything they see their parents do, they want to imitate them. They are too young to understand that they cannot do everything their parents do. Some examples are if their parents smoke the children are going to try to take a puff of it because they want to copy what mama and daddy do; or they may repeat bad words that they hear their parents say.
When a child is in a bad environment, they tend to imitate bad behavior. For instance, if their parents are abusive to one another, then the child will think that they are suppose
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One type is the parents who actually want to take care of their child and want to see them have a productive life and grow. They want them to strive to their full potential; this is what I like to call authoritative parents. Then there are others who put raising their children on someone else’s shoulders such as a grandparent or another responsible adult. Sometimes this does not even happen. This is known as neglectful/uninvolved parenting.
Authoritative parents want what is best for their child or children, and they want them to be raised with the best intention. They monitor and impart clear standards for their children 's conduct. They want them to go to a school where they can get a good education where one day they can have a fulfilled life. They also raise their children to have respect for others and to be a good-hearted person.
On the other hand, there are the neglectful/uninvolved parents; they are just not able to understand the responsibility of taking care of another human being. These people tent to not put too much effort in or emphasis on raising their child. It is so sad because it’s not the child’s fault. There could be many things wrong with the parent such as: emotional problems, financial problems, or they could just plain not care. These people tend to throw the child on a grandparent or relative to take care of the child rather than taking on the responsibility
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It makes the child think that if they were never born their parents could have been happy, and they think they are a burden on them. These children can have many problems because a parent is not in their life. Their social behavior, mentality, and the way they look at life can be affected. They may have many emotional problems as a child that carries over into adulthood. But what the child will never understand is that it is not their fault; they didn’t ask to be brought into this world, and their parents just do not want to take responsibility for their own actions.
The way early childhood education is an influence on cognitive development is that it does not let the psychologist see what the child knew before the child started the early education. By that, I mean if they were asked a question before they known how to do something it does not let their minds figure out on their own their mimicking what they have been tights or told how to do something. This does not let the child’s mind explore new and different ways of doing a task, project, or even a

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