There werent any adult behaviors that seemed odd with

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have sexually stimulating parents whatsoever, rather they were religious and very old fashioned. There weren’t any adult behaviors that seemed odd with the parenting style that it was listed with to be honest. I can see how each parenting style can lead to those adult consequences from their childhood parenting style. My own experience as a child is that the models do provide insight on what the effects of my parent’s style of parenting has had on me because my parents were very strict in who I went out with, on me dating (which I’ve hardly done), getting piercings was a no go, tattoos most definitely not, dyeing my hair, makeup, etc. I believe that as a result of them being very strict, I became a very sneaky child that would do things behind their backs and lie in order to cover it up and have an alibi. I’ve also had a period where I had 14 piercings in total all over my body and my parents only found out about 12 of them, and I honestly believe it wasn’t me acting out in rebellion like how they would tell me but because I never had the chance to get a second lobe or cartilage piercing when I was in high school so once I started college, I went nuts because I always wanted and liked how they look. I would suggest a parental style from Baumrind at being an Authoritative parent, meaning that you show nurture and affection, but still set boundaries, discipline through guidance, and have open communication with the child because it’s the best of both worlds. You would have a parent figure that
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  • Spring '16
  • Patrick Smith
  • Parent, Concerted cultivation, Baumrind

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