Parenting 2

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  • Parenting 2

    1. 1. Parenting Part 2 April 28, 2010
    2. 2. Goals of Parenting
    3. 3. Goals of Parenting Productive independent adults
    4. 4. Goals of Parenting Productive independent adults Solving problems rather than punishing mistakes
    5. 5. Goals of Parenting Productive independent adults Solving problems rather than punishing mistakes Intrinsic discipline and motivation
    6. 6. Authoritarian Parent Chart The Authoritarian The Authoritative or The Permissive Parent Parent Responsible Parent 1. Gives the child choices 1. Makes all decisions for and formulates guidelines 1. Is a slave to the child child with him or her. 2. Uses reward and 2. Provides the child with 2. Places priority on the punishment to control decision-making child, not on his or her child’s behavior opportunities spouse 3. Robs the child of self-respect 3. Sees himself as better 3. Develops consistent, and self -esteem by doing things than the child loving discipline for him that the child can do for himself 4. Provides the child with 4. Runs the home with 4. Hold the child the “Disneyland” an iron hand; grants little accountable experience; makes things freedom to the child as easy as possible
    7. 7. 5. Lets reality be the 5. Invites rebellion with teacher inconsistent parenting 6. Conveys respect, self- worth, and love to the child and therefore enhances the child’s self- esteem
    8. 8. Control-Helicopter parents
    9. 9. Love and Logic Foundations
    10. 10. Love and Logic Foundations Maintain dignity for adult and child
    11. 11. Love and Logic Foundations Maintain dignity for adult and child Whenever possible share control
    12. 12. Love and Logic Foundations Maintain dignity for adult and child Whenever possible share control If consequences are necessary, use empathy with consequences approach

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