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#82 - severepwner (05/06/2014) [-]
I'm hoping a more in depth explanation will satisfy you.
There are four main parenting styles: Authoritarian, Authoritative, Passive, and Uninvolved, but I'm not going to talk about all four. Authoritarian is generally a strict and unfair parenting style. *Unfair thing* Why? Because I said so! This parenting style can lead to the child hating the parent, depression among other negative things.
Authoritative however can still be strict but less unfair. It has the line of not being an asshole parent but still caring for the child. *Unfair thing* Why? *Explanation why* This has been considered to be the best parenting style since it more often than not leads the child to be more productive and social.
You good with that?
#56 - vigorion (05/06/2014) [-]
There seem to be a few people appart from you who want a clarification about this, and I think one might be needed too. I am not sure exactly what study comment #3 refers to, so I can't downright refute it, even if I find it a bit simplistic. Anyway, three concepts of parenting styles that are sometimes used as broad categories: authoritarian, permissive and authoritative. Basically these are a spectrum from rulegovernance/obedience (authoritarian) to do-whatever-the-fuck-you-want (permissive), and with authoritarian being in the middle ("There are rules, but the rules aren't always the most important, so do what you want sometimes"). The authoritarian/middle-ground style is the one that has been associated to problem-behavior/maladaption/psychiatric issues etc to a LESSER extent than the other two. (Here, I think comment #3 read something about the authoritative (rules) style being correlated with alcohol abuse and stuff, and kind of interpreted that) Anyway, no problems are exclusive for one type of parenting. Other factors might be just as, or more, important. And the middleground style has been associated to some issues too. So, #3 isn't wrong, but he isn't entirely right either...
TL;DR: Rules/ being strict isn't bad for a kid if you also cut them some sack once in a while. Everything in moderation And other things than parenting might fuck up a kid anyway.