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QUIZ: What kind of parent are you?

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QUIZ: What kind of parent are you?

07:56 PM September 18, 2017

When it comes to raising a child, every parent differs in style. For some, “spoonfeeding” their kids is the best way to bring them up. While for others, it’s all about giving them tough love. And these varying parenting styles determine the kind of people our children turn into — whether it’s for the better or for the worse. This consequently emphasizes the importance of finding out how your parenting style works for them.

However, you won’t be able to fully know the extent of your methods if you do not know the kind of parent you are first. Luckily, you won’t have to go through a long and arduous test to find that out…because we’ve got a simpler process for you!

Just answer the five questions below and uncover the truth behind your parenting style. The results may surprise you!

a. Reprimand him or her and give an appropriate form of punishment.
b. Give the cash to the child because they must’ve taken it for good reason.
c. Let him or her have the cash. The kid was smart enough to know where you kept your money anyways!
d. Blame the child’s yaya or guardian since they were the ones watching the kid.
e. Ask your child why he or she is taking the money and calmly explain to them why what they’re doing is wrong.
a. Lessen their extra curricular activities and require them to attend remedial classes after school to improve their grades.
b. Visit the principal because the school’s teaching style isn’t conducive to your child’s education.
c. Hire a private tutor and make them guide your children through all their lessons, assignments and projects.
d. Tell the yaya to enforce a strict study schedule for the child and follow-up if it’s being done.
e. Ask the child about his difficulties in school and discuss the possible courses of action you can take together to remedy the situation.
a. Raise your voice and tell them to stop or there will be consequences.
b. Give-in to the whims of your child because it hurts too much to see them upset.
c. Immediately give them what they want. It’ll make them stop crying in public and solve the problem.
d. Instruct someone else to discipline your child.
e. Get their attention first then calmly speak to them about their bad behavior.
a. Deny them the chance to try out the sport. Instead encourage them to try a regular one like Basketball or Tennis.
b. Don’t allow them to try out an unusual sport because it may cause them injuries in the future.
c. Let them try it if they want to. Trying has never hurt anyone, anyways.
d. Allow them to try it as long as there’s a responsible adult watching over them.
e. Try out the sport with them so you can see for yourself why your child wants to try it. It also allows you to gauge how safe it is for them.
a. Threaten them with the possibility of punishment to ensure that they wouldn’t say it again.
b. Tell them not to use that word and to avoid people who freely use those curse words.
c. Let them be… they’re just copying what they hear from the people around them.
d. Inform the yaya of this behavior and give her the authority to discipline the child whenever they use that word.
e. Explain to them why cursing is wrong and ask them not to repeat it again.

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