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Effective Parenting in a Defective World

We live in a world that is by and large defective and imperfect. Every aspect and phase of our lives brings its own challenges and issues. Parenting is no different. Despite modern day advancements, parenting has become challenging than ever because the kids are born with special emotional and psychical needs and yet not enough support and guidance for the parents. There are developmental delays and then peer pressure and the influence of the electronic media are added pressures that parents have to combat with when raising a child. Parents find it hard to cope up with these pressures and respond to the needs of the children and the challenges in a patient way. They are met with lots of defiance when from their kids’ sides when they try to lay down rules. However, the right kind of parenting advice, clearly defined rules, a lot of patience and love, and godly parenting can help parents in doing effective parenting in a defective world.

What Is Corporate Parenting?

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What is Corporate Parenting

Corporate parenting is the parental responsibility of council employees, its partners, elected members, and the council as a whole to collectively safeguard the well-being of children under council custody. All people involved are expected to care for, love, and provide for the children like they were their own. The council fulfills all the children’s needs…

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What Is Effective Parenting?

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The overall product of effective parenting is for the child to realize his or her full potential as an adult.
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According to this article, effective parenting is the act of “carrying out the responsibilities of raising and relating to children in such a manner that the child is well prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.” In addition, effective parenting refers to a parenting style that increases the child’s chances…

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What Is Parallel Parenting?

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Parallel Parenting
In parallel parenting, the welfare of the child is put first

According to Psychology Today, parallel parenting is an “arrangement where divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other.’’ Basically, it is an agreement between divorced parents in which they both assume their parental roles with limited direct contact, especially in situations where they are unable to communicate effectively and respectfully with…

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What Is Gender-Neutral Parenting?

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Gender Neutral Parenting
Gender Neutral Parenting

Gender-neutral parenting can be defined several ways depending on the perspective intended. Gender-neutral parenting may refer to a situation where children are raised without being made conscious of their sex or gender at birth, allowing them to identify their own gender at their own time. Or, gender-neutral parenting can refer to a situation where children…

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How to Nurture Your Toddler’s Brain in Order to Raise a Positive, Well-Balanced, and Emotive Adult

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Toddlers Brain Development

Despite the wealth of information available, effective parenting in a defective world is a tough job because toddlers have an overwhelming amount of needs. Children’s needs are not just physical. They have numerous emotional and psychological needs as well. Parents need to be physically and emotionally available for their toddlers. Patience and emotional attentiveness are…

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