What's Your Parenting Style?

What's Your Parenting Style?

Find out what type of parent you are based on your relationships and parenting beliefs.

published on October 29, 20230 responses 0
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How do you discipline your child?

How do you discipline your child?
Positive reinforcement
Time-outs and groundings
Talking and reasoning
Strict rules and punishments
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What is your opinion on screen time for kids?

What is your opinion on screen time for kids?
Moderate and balanced
Unrestricted and unmonitored
Limited and controlled
Banned completely
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How involved are you in your child's education?

How involved are you in your child's education?
Very strict and demanding
Highly involved and hands-on
Not very involved, trust their choices
Supportive and encouraging
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What is your approach to household chores?

What is your approach to household chores?
Let them do chores if they feel like it
Assign responsibilities and enforce them
Parents do most of the chores
Encourage teamwork and participation
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How do you handle conflicts with your child?

How do you handle conflicts with your child?
Avoid and ignore conflicts
Empathize and find positive solutions
Listen, discuss, and find a compromise
Use strict discipline and assert authority
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What is your view on rules and boundaries?

What is your view on rules and boundaries?
Rules should be supportive and adaptable
Strict rules must be strictly followed
Clear and consistent rules are essential
Rules can be flexible and negotiable
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How do you communicate with your child?

How do you communicate with your child?
Encourage open dialogue and active listening
Communication is mostly one-way
Open and direct communication
Limited communication, respect their space
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How do you celebrate your child's achievements?

How do you celebrate your child's achievements?
Praise and reward their efforts
Make their achievements a special occasion
Celebrate minimally, avoid excess praise
Achievements need to be earned, not celebrated
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What is your approach to emotional support?

What is your approach to emotional support?
Emotions should not interfere with discipline
Validate and support their emotions
Give them space to handle emotions independently
Provide emotional support and guidance
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How do you prioritize quality time with your child?

How do you prioritize quality time with your child?
Quality time happens spontaneously, no planning
Quality time is unnecessary, focus on discipline
Regularly spend quality time together
Make quality time a priority, plan activities
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What is your attitude towards your child's mistakes?

What is your attitude towards your child's mistakes?
Support and guide them through mistakes
Use mistakes as learning opportunities
Mistakes are necessary for growth, no intervention
Punish mistakes to ensure they don't repeat