1. How is positive parenting different from negative parenting? Which do you think is more effective? Why? Negative parenting is when you yell all the time and never give them praise when they do something right while positive parenting is when you don't always look at the bad and you're able to admit when you did something wrong.I believe that positive parenting is more effective than negative because kids learn from their parents so if there parents are negative they will be negative.
2. Do you think children should have more rules or fewer rules in the home? Why? I think they should have a normal amount of rules like maybe like 5 or 6 because its easier and more likely that the children will follow it. 3. How would you deal with a situation of biting? Do you think your approach would fit into a “positive parenting” framework? Why or why not? If i was in the situation of biting i would try to explain to the child that you're not suppose to do things like that but i wouldn't yell or scream at them because then it would only make the situation worse.
Babies for Beginners
1.Why do new parents feel pressure? What are some of the biggest sources of worry for new parents? Because they have to take care of a another human and they get pressure from their friends and family and magazines and the tv.
2.Why do you think people have become so caught up in the details rather than in basic parenting? I think they get caught up with the
3.How can you know if a baby is happy?If they are smiling and having fun you can tell that a baby is happy if they are doing things like that. 4.Why do you think crying is so stressful for parents?I think that crying is stressful for parents because they might feel as if they did something wrong and that there the reason why the