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Friend or Foe, What should a parent be?
Authoritarian: Controlling, Dictator
Authoritative: Balanced, Gives and takes, open to
the ideas of the child
Permissive: Push-over, Disconnected from the child,
Child controls parent Description of: Authoritarian
Expression of love is limited or possibly absent
Expect all orders to be followed without giving any explanation Highly demanding
Extremely focused on their status in society
Houses and personal spaces are well maintained and orderly.
Disobedience is not accepted
Description of: Permissive
Uninterested in their child's life do to their own selfish interests Very Lenient
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