Your Child’s Behavior may be Indicative of your Parenting Style

‘Did You Know” your child’s behavior may be indicative of your parenting style?  From the worst to the best parenting styles, choose the behavior outcomes indicated by your parenting style:

  • Neglectful and uninvolved parenting may produce children who have aggressive behavior or conduct or attachment issues.
  • Permissive parenting may yield children who lack persistence, and may be impulsive, rebellious, demanding, or dependent.
  • Authoritarian (it’s my way or the highway) parenting may result in children who are anxious, moody, withdrawn, or hostile when frustrated.
  • Authoritative (democratic) parenting is likely to produce children who have a healthy self-esteem, good self-control, and are energetic and happy.

If you or a family member wants assistance or coaching with the challenges of parenting, please call me, Carol Ann Worthing, PhD, at 303-663-5846 and visit my Contact Page here. I have professional experience with successful outcomes since 1992.

Carol Ann Worthing, PhD of Individual & Family Wholeness is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1992. She has her PhD in Psychology from Northcentral University in Arizona. She provides a safe and caring approach to your counseling and psychotherapy and evaluations for individuals, couples, families, and children. Her practice represents integrity, competency, and confidentiality, a safe and caring place for psychotherapy. It is her mission to guide you and your family to become emotionally and physically whole and to help you deliberately build your lives and families on that wholeness.

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