For example, when a child is exposed to a new environment or routine they will adapt and be able to cope better with the new environment or routine.
But if that child is also exposed to constant parental interference they will not adapt and will become angry and rebellious.
Also, parental interference is like the third of three major factors that predict children’s emotional and behavioral problems.
The third factor is how much a child is exposed to parents and their ways of doing things. We found that children with a great deal of parental interference and control were more likely to become angry and rebellious and to have more behavioral problems. We also found that children with less parental interference were more likely to be able to adapt and cope better in their new environment or routine.
The study also found that the number of hours a child spent watching TV per week was a strong predictor of childrens behavior. So if your kids are watching TV all day, you could do a lot of harm. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. We’re on the other hand glad that our children are watching TV and it’s helping them make new friends.
Thats because if your kids are spending too much time staring into space, they might not learn to socialize. If your kids are spending too much time doing homework, you might not be able to get them to socialize. As it turns out, the number of hours a child was spending on homework per day was a strong predictor of childrens behavior. So if your kids are doing their homework all day long, you could do a lot of harm.
Not to mention that you might be doing a lot of harm if you just let your kids do the same thing all day long. If you are the one doing the homework, you might be spending more time with them. You might be the one driving them to the mall to shop for new toys more often than not. You might be the one babysitting more often than not. You might not be the one getting them ready for their first dance class.
How much of your parenting methods are based on a desire to control your children? If you like, this is a good place to start. But it’s important to note that it doesn’t necessarily have to be so. If you enjoy controlling your children, you might find that doing so is a positive trait, not a negative. You might enjoy making sure your children are getting the right amount of sleep, eating a balanced diet, and getting enough exercise.
The best way to get the best bang for your buck is to do all of those things, but to make sure that you’re doing them in a way that respects their autonomy and self-determination. If you’re a mom who likes to control everything with your own two hands, you might find that controlling your children’s clothing choices, schedules, and behavior is more a challenge than a pleasure.
There is a simple solution to this. If you want your teenagers to be more independent, you can let them be teens, and if you want to get the most out of them, you can let them be adults. But if you are a parent who enjoys having a lot of say in what their kids are doing, you should take the time to figure out what you want them to be doing.