Your first lab link can be found at What is Positive Parenting? A written transcript is also available for this lab.
How is positive parenting different from negative parenting? Which do you think is more effective? Why? it's easy to distinguish negative from positive parenting because parents that use negative parenting skills are usually shouting and yelling and saying a few if you do that again you will get whatever, I think positive parenting is more effective because the trick is to think which of the behaviors you like the most and give those the most attention.
Do you think children should have more rules or fewer rules in the home? Why?
I think children should have more rules because it teaches boundaries. but not too much rules because in that case children won't listen and they'll become rebellious and most likely they won't follow them.
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?
I would try the biting bake technique. yes. I think I'll be teaching my child that it isn't okay and that biting hurts and you shouldn't bite someone, if I stoop down to my child's level
I think we'd see eye to eye.
Your second lab link can be found at Babies for Beginners. A written transcript is also available for this lab.
Why do new parents feel pressure? What are some of the biggest sources of worry for new parents? they go into overload and with all the sleeplessness and the stress that goes with having a new baby anyway and the feeling of responsibility. one of the big worries for new parents is if they are going to drop their baby.
Why do you think people have become so caught up in the details rather than in basic parenting? people would rather listen to so-called experts telling them how to raise the perfect child, instead of raising the child on their own with the basic essentials: love, care, guidance and