Loving and Firm Parenting

Source: Raise Happy Children by Glenda Weil and Doro Marden, 2010

Loving and firm parenting means:

  • quite encouraging
  • consideration to the child’s feelings, wants and needs
  • interest in child’s daily activities
  • respect for child’s point of view
  • showing proud of what your child does
  • giving support at times of stress
  • moderate levels of control
  • giving reasons for all requests and rules
  • noticing and praising when the child behaves well
  • giving rewards, avoiding punishment


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