Archive for July, 2010


Types of Parenting – Being a Better Role Model For Your Kids

Being a parent is one of the most challenging occupations that anyone can ever take on. Do you understand how important you are in the development of your child? It is important that you are able to understand and practice the skills needed to be the best parent you can be for your child. You are your child’s best resource and role model. Learn about the pitfalls of some of the types of parenting styles.

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Understanding Your Parenting Style Can Help Produce Healthier Kids

Determining who falls under certain categories when it comes to parenting styles has been an ongoing debate in psychology for decades. If I were to take a survey and ask what kind of parenting styles you think best describes your personal child rearing I would guess I would have as many answers as I do participants.

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Dangerous Parent Attitudes – Baby Psychology & Parent Psychology Interconnect – A Clairvoyant’s View

Many common parental attitudes and behaviors are thought natural or normal, however; most are actually selfish, controlling, negative, and unloving. Any expectant parent who seeks to possess his or her baby and harbors an attitude of ownership is apt to have thoughts such as “This is my baby. This baby is someone to love me…”

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Positive Parenting

If you are the mother, you carried your baby in your womb for nine months. If you are the dad, you anxiously waited for the baby to come out. And when your baby came out, such unspeakable joy came from your hearts. No wonder that you became more in love.

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Parenting Tips – Parental Alienation Syndrome

When parents separate, it is important for both the mother and the father to maintain a relationship with the children. Yet in many cases, children side with one parent or the other. Sometimes this is the child’s own choice, but all too often it occurs due to the influence of the favored parent.

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