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Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
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Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
Tough love parenting
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Tough love parenting

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  • 1. TOUGH LOVE PARENTING
  • 2. OUTLINE • • • • • • • HISTORY WHAT TOUGH LOVE IS ALL ABOUT DOES PARENTAL TOUGH LOVE REALLY WORK? SOME PEOPLE BELIEVE IT IS CRUELTY, IS IT? PHYCOLOGY OF PARENTS (PARENTING STYLE) EFFECTS ON CHILDREN IS TOUGH LOVE NECESSARY IN TODAY’S WORLD? • DOES IT IS DUE TO THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS? • WHAT FORCE THE PARENTS TO DO THIS? • CONCLUSION
  • 3. HISTORY • ORIGIN • SINCE 1970’s • TODAY
  • 4. WHAT TOUGH LOVE IS ALL ABOUT Tough Love is an approach designed to help parents struggling to raise a troubled teen.
  • 5. • Tough Love is an approach to parenting that many parents have found helpful in raising a troubled teen. • The overall idea behind the tough love approach is for parents to love their troubled teen enough to consistently set firm limits and follow through on appropriate consequences when they are not followed.
  • 6. DOES PARENTAL TOUGH LOVE REALLY WORK? o According to Jamie Doward, it really works. It matters a lot in developing certain character traits: o RESPECT o CONFIDENCE o UNSELFISHNESS
  • 7. SOME PEOPLE BELIEVE IT IS CRUELTY, IS IT? It is not a cruelty. It is simply an act to teach the children good moral values.
  • 8. • Our survey also reveals that: For children, it is cruelty? a) Agree b) Not agree c) Sometimes c 36% a 15% b 49%
  • 9. WHAT FORCE THE PARENTS TO DO THIS? THE MAIN REASONS ARE: 1. The lazy child 2. The disobedient child 3. The forgetful child
  • 10. THE LAZY CHILD Who absolutely hates chores, or work of any kind. This is another instance where the antidote may be that the very thing child is trying to avoid only grows when he/she ignores it.
  • 11. THE DISOBEDIENT CHILD A child who persistently breaks the rules you’ve established for him.
  • 12. THE FORGETFUL CHILD Who is the chronic forgetter of homework, leaver of lunch boxes, and loser of jackets.
  • 13. PHYCOLOGY OF PARENTS (PARENTING STYLE) There are different parenting styles which are:
  • 14. THE AUTHORITATIVE PARENTING STYLE Defined by high responsiveness and high firmness, authoritative parents know that raising children requires more than love.
  • 15. THE AUTHORITARIAN PARENTING STYLE Defined by high firmness but low responsiveness, authoritarian parents set clear boundaries for their children, & require that they accept rules of conduct without question.
  • 16. THE PERMISSIVE PARENTING STYLE Defined by high responsiveness and low firmness, permissive parents have lots of love and support to give.
  • 17. THE UNINVOLVED PARENTING STYLE Uninvolved parents are neither firm nor responsive. They do not offer a great deal of support to their children, and often fail to supervise their behavior.
  • 18. WHICH ONE IS THE BEST? According to: • Dr. Ilona Jerabek, president of PsychTests
  • 19. DOES IT IS DUE TO THE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS? • The research found that it was the style of parenting, rather than income or social background that developed the strength of character.
  • 20. Tough love in our society is because of economic conditions? a) Yes b) No c) Sometimes c 29% a 20% b 51%
  • 21. EFFECTS ON CHILDREN According to Murray Wardrop • Parents who take a “tough love” approach give children a better chance of doing well in life. • Excessive tough love can cause: Depression Frustration
  • 22. OUR SURVEY • • • • • 13) Does it affect the mentality and psychology of children? a) Yes b) No c) Sometimes 14) It creates frustration in children? a) Yes b) No c) Sometimes 15) Do you think it causes lack of confidence and decision making? • a) Yes b) No c) Sometimes • 16) The result of tough love is inferiority complex in the mentality of child? • a) Yes b) No c) Always
  • 23. a b OUR RESULTSNo c) Sometimes a) Yes b) c MENTALITY 36 FRUSTRATION 27 LACK OF CONFIDENCE 15 16 14 15 INFERIORITY COMPLEX 21 22 6 3 13 2 3 14 15 16
  • 24. IS TOUGH LOVE NECESSARY IN TODAY’S WORLD? According to: • Sr. Charles Vandegriff
  • 25. CONCLUSION Tough love seems to be most effective in terms of generating the key character capabilities. Tough love is the key to raising successful children.
  • 26. RECOMMENDATIONS  Balance warmth with discipline  Don’t be too harsh  Be aware of everything

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