Children are living at home for longer, so parents have more time to be overly protective of them.
Researchers have identified these 6 types of parenting styles. Here, we take a look at the attributes of each style, and how they affect kids...
How to be an intentional parent? We pay attention. We parent with intention. We value our children as people. We become better human beings.
It's important that parents are on the same page about certain parenting issues, such as discipline, swearing and pocket money. If you're not, don't be surprised if your home is filled with arguing and bickering.
Research also shows that “attachment parenting” children become better parents themselves.
Free-range parenting is about giving children independence, but not letting them run around uninformed.
We've also included tips to help you better yourself as a more mindful parent.
Doing things for your kid might speed up the process and avoid stress, but it won't help them learn.
Are you more of a best friend than a parent?
Being an over-protective parent could do more harm than good. This is how you can raise your child without over-parenting.
Being with your kids 24/7 is exhausting, especially when you're an introverted parent. Take care of your needs and be a better parent with these pointers