Self-direction play an integral role in maintaining relationship well-being. Psychologically, when parents give their children too much protection and control, self-esteem drops. Conversely, a parenting style that emphasizes the encouragement of autonomy leads to higher self-worth in children (Herz & Gullone, 1999). It can be seen that overprotecting children will affect their mental health. So, which parenting style is the most suitable? In "developmental psychology", educational styles are roughly divided into four types (parenting styles): authoritative type, authoritarian type, permissive type, and uninvolved type.
The authoritative type is demanding but telemarketing list at the same time giving appropriate care; the authoritarian type is demanding but controlling but little affection; the doting type is low-demanding and excessively affectionate; and finally, the ignoring type is completely ignoring the child's parenting style. Among them, children with authoritative parenting reflect higher self-esteem and self-confidence, are more likely to follow their parents' wishes and requirements, and have better academic performance.
Conversely, children with authoritarian upbringing have lower academic performance, lower self-esteem, etc. (Boyd & Bee, 2015, p.214-215). In fact, every family has its own suitable teaching methods, but psychologically, children who receive authoritative parenting have better development. Parents can also try to care more and communicate more when they have appropriate requirements for their children. . MV5BMTk1Njg1OTE4MF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwODY0 Image source.