The style of circumventing and controlling the behavior of our children is an important characteristic in the modulation of their behavior. Of course, other factors also interfere, such as the child’s temperament, the environment we have around us, the number of caregivers that our children have, as well as those who are sharing educational strategies and values.
We will explain better what parenting styles are, when we need to work on these characteristics and when we need to, as the literature recommends us to do. We will also try to explain, in a simple way, how the sum of these factors can help to control or deregulate children’s behaviors. For that, check out our next posts.