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  • 1.  Parenting is the process of raising and educating a child from birth until adulthood. This is usually done in a child’s family by the mother and the father ( the biological parents ) MOTHER= IS THE NATURAL OR SOCIAL FEMALE PARENT OF AN OFFSPRING. FATHER= IS TRADITIONALLY THE MALE PARENT OF A CHILD.
  • 2.  1. Authoritative parenting * Democratic or balance parenting.Ii has a give and take nature. * It encourage children to be independent but still places limits and controls on their actions. * Authoritative parents sets limits and demand maturity but when punishing a child, the parent will explain his or her motive for their punishment.
  • 3.  Parent are attentive to their childrens needs and concerns and will typically forgive and teach instead of punishing if a child falls short. Result in children having a higher self esteem. This is the most recommended style of parenting by child rearing experts.
  • 4.  Also called strict parenting. Characterized by high expectations of conformity and compliance to parental rules and directions. It is a restrictive punitive style in which parents advise the child to follow their directions and to respect their work and effort.
  • 5.  Authoritarian parents expect much of their child but generally do not explain the reason for the rules and boundaries. Authoritarian parents are less responsive to their children’s needs and are more likely to spank a child rather than discuss the problem.
  • 6.  Permissive parents want to and tend to give up most control of the home and family life to their children. Parents make very few rules and even when they do decide to make a rule, the rules that they make are usually not enforced all the time or properly. Parents want children to feel as if they can be free to do or say as they wish.
  • 7.  This is also called uninvolved, detached, dismissive or hands- off parenting style. The parents are low in warmth and control and are generally not involved in the child’s life. Parents are emotionally unsupportive of their children but will still provide their basic needs.
  • 8.  Refers to the ability of the couple or parents to respond to the needs and aspiration of the family and children.
  • 9.  The size of the family should be a shared responsibility of couples or parents based on their available resources and the standard of living they wish to achieve. By waiting to get married and have children, young people can give themselves more time to pursue the things that can help to make them better partners and parents- education, employment, personal maturity, self confidence etc

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