Parenting Styles and Development

Parenting Styles and Development - esteem. He or she may...

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Parenting Styles and Development Gail Jones Authoritative: An adult who was raised by parents that were more authoritative are most likely to be set in his or her ways. He or he is less likely to be open minded about others point of view. He or she will most, likely not have a successful relationship because he or she believes that what he or she say is right therefore leading to a one sided relationship and not that of an equal partnership. Authoritarian: An adult who was raised by parents that were authoritarian are most likely to become submissive to his or her partner. He or she may be more timid with low self
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Unformatted text preview: esteem. He or she may allow others to treat him or her with little or no respect. He or she may not have respect for themselves and that would be one primary reason he or she allow others to physical or mentally abuse them. Permissive: An adult who were raised by parents that were more permissive may tend to be more impulsive and have little or no regard for the law. Adults that were raised by permissive parents tend to be more selfish because he or she is use to having his or her way as a child and was not taught to share and be considered and more giving to others....
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