Are you a strict parent?
Do you have children? Have you ever tried to pay attention to how you behave with them? What expectations do you have from them and how much pressure do you put on your child to fulfill those expectations? If not, then you should pay attention to all these things because your behavior later gets transformed into the behavior of the child.
Dr. Neelam Mohan, Senior Pediatrician, Medanta Medicity, Gurugram If we believe then parenting is mainly divided into 4 parts.
1. Permissive parenting
In permissive parenting, the parents attend to the child as per their wish, whatever the child says is right for the parents, due to this, the habit of not listening in the child ends and the child gets a bossy feeling, he thinks Whatever he is doing is fine. Due to this, he finds it difficult to make friends in the future because he is overconfident in everything and due to this, he does not develop the habit of taking responsibility.
2. Neglect full parenting
In this type of parenting, the parents do not pay any attention to the child, the child feels neglected in such an environment. Due to which low self-esteem is born in them, such a child not only lacks confidence but also faces difficulty in socializing with people later on.
3. Authoritarian parenting
In this, the parents behave like dictators with the children, that is, in this, whatever the parents say to the children is like a line of stone, according to Dr. Neelam, in this the child always remains scared and his parents There is less attachment than. Due to this, the child lacks confidence and he hesitates to mix with the society and his friends.
4. Authoritative Parenting
This is the parenting in which there are rules and regulations but they are not very strict, the children’s opinion is taken in everything and the parents behave at the same level with the child. This increases harmony and attachment between parents and child and the child remains more confident. Apart from these four main parroting, there is a new type of parroting which is quite popular which we know as Tiger parroting.
What is tiger parroting?
In tiger parenting, parents behave like a strict boss. They are very strict with their children, expect them to do much better in academics and that is why they impose the strictest rules on them. Stress and depression have also been seen in such children.
What do experts say on tiger parroting?
Dr. Sameer Kalani, Senior Psychiatrist, Fortis Hospital If we believe, parents are always a source of inspiration for children. In life they always become like their parents, which is called modeling in psychology. If parents use punishment, it has a negative impact on children. Motivation and love always weaken in tiger parenting, even if the child performs well, his learning is always negative. In Tiger parenting style, children become emotionally distant from their parents, problems like depression, anxiety, weak concentration, attempts to harm themselves, and later on, habit of drug abuse are seen in them.
Therefore, every parent should pay attention to how they behave with their children and how they can improve it so that your child also becomes intelligent, confident and sociable in the future.