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In this post we'll talk about what you can do to help your kids eat more vegetables. And I have a special bonus for you – a free recipe collection
Have you ever felt as if your child can be such a brat at home but all you hear from his or her teachers is what a lovely, caring and cooperative kid you have? You might think to yourself “Hey kiddo, if you can manage this good behavior at school, why are you being such a pain at home?”
This can be really frustrating. I know. You may think “What am I doing wrong here??”, but I am here to tell you that you are actually doing something RIGHT. Wanna see how? Read on.
This is part 2 in my series about parenting styles. In the last part we talked about the four parenting styles as defined by the work of Diana Baumrind. To recap quickly, the four styles are: Authoritative, Authoritarian, Permissive and Neglectful. In today's post we'll look at what they mean for our children's development. So. What can we tell about how each parenting style affects children? As I wrote in the spoiler alert at the previous post, the authoritative style is considered the