Parenting skills Segment 1: [Module 1 “The World of Parenting”]
What Makes a Good Parent?
1. What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
According to Dr. Tanya Byron a good parent is one who doesn’t worry much about being one. 2. What are some of the common problems that children might have? Common problems that children may have are the terrible twos, behavior problems, defiance and aggression. 3. Why is play important in the parent-child relationship?
It’s really based upon attention and the quality of attention, and by rewarding them by early thing they do. Playing builds up social, emotional, and communication skills which forms a bond with your child. 4. Do you think you will be a good parent? Why or why not?
At this moment no I would not be a good parent due to the lack of education I have based on parenting skills. Once I further my education and complete parenting skills I believe I would have a solid mindset of being able to be a great parent a raise a child in the future.
Dealing with Fatherhood
1. Why did the men say that they were ready for children?
After being married and waiting a couple years after they felt ready to start a family. 2. What did the men have to learn as new fathers?
The men had to learn how to deal with emotion.
3. Do you think the fathers enjoy fatherhood more today than in the past? Why or why not? I think they will because you can take your children to activities and places to bond and interact with them. 4. What are some of the difficulties that new fathers (and mothers) face? Some difficulties are how they have to change their social life and change their schedule to tend to their children.
Adora Svitak: What Adults Can Learn From Kids
1. What are some of the benefits of being “childish”?
Some benefits are being able to act like a child would to interact and have bold ides like them. 2. Why does Svitak say that adults should listen and learn from kids and not just...
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