In my work to stop dysfunctional families from creating childhood trauma, I focus on educating and prevention as essential factors in protecting children. For me, it is very important to also strongly encourage adults who may be parents, may become parents, or may engage with children for extended periods of time, to educate themselves about child developments stages. Children behave and think differently depending on what stage of development they are in.

Understanding my students’ different development levels as an educator helped me to know how to help them and what level of engagement I should use. I think this information is invaluable to parents and strongly urge them to study the stages of child development.

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Did you know there are four parenting styles identified by researchers and experts? Do you know which style you have? It’s important to know that, so you can provide the most stable and loving environment for your children.

Don’t think this topic doesn’t relate to you because you have no children. If you plan to have children and/0r are a godparent, aunt, uncle, coach, or mentor, you need to know what your parenting style is for the reason listed above. You want to know which parenting style is recommended and shown to produce the happiest and most grounded children who carry that energy into adulthood.

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No One Ever Says, "I Want to Grow Up and be the Worst Parent Ever."

But many people grow up to repeat the same unhealthy, ineffective patterns learned from their own parents. If you want to avoid making the same mistakes as your parents, and if you are trying to stop the cycle of unhealthy parenting, you need a clear plan for change. You need strategies that will help you break free from old habits so that your children can benefit. By following these steps, later generations may grow up healthier than their predecessors-and without ever having a reason to say they don’t want to be like Mom or Dad.

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