8 Signs of Bad Parenting That Every Parent Should Know

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Are You a Bad Parent to Your Child?

We have all heard that bad kids come from bad parents, and there are several ways to be a bad parent. Parents are a child’s first teachers in life. A child’s attitude, views, goals, and perspective depend on what he or she learns from their parents. A child’s demeanor is also a reflection of how they’ve been treated by their parents. What a child learns or experiences in their early years is known to leave a lasting impression on them. This is why good parenting is an absolute necessity.

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Whenever a child makes a mistake or displays bad manners, the blame is mostly put on the parents because they are responsible for teaching their children how to behave. When a child’s bad behavior or emotional state are linked to his or her parents’ actions, it is natural to wonder if the parents made a mistake or if they are simply bad parents.

It’s clear that bad parenting is damaging for children, but how do you determine whether or not someone is a bad parent? Can good kids survive bad parenting? What are the signs of bad parenting? And how can you be a better parent?

The 8 Signs of Bad Parenting

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  1. Avoiding and Neglecting Your Child
  2. Physical or Verbal Abuse
  3. Setting a Bad Example
  4. Favoritism or Partiality
  5. Oppressive, Overbearing Authoritarianism
  6. Irresponsible Financial Behavior
  7. Too Much Pampering or Interfering
  8. Not Trusting the Child

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2 comments

  1. “The way a society functions is a reflection of the childrearing practices of that society. Today we reap what we have sown. Despite the well-documented critical nature of early life experiences, we dedicate few resources to this time of life. We do not educate our children about child development, parenting, or the impact of neglect and trauma on children.”
    Dr. Bruce D. Perry, Ph.D. & Dr. John Marcellus

    “It’s only after children have been discovered to be severely battered that their parents are forced to take a childrearing course as a condition of regaining custody. That’s much like requiring no license or driver’s ed[ucation] to drive a car, then waiting until drivers injure or kill someone before demanding that they learn how to drive.”
    Myriam Miedzian, Ph.D.

    “This is the most important job we have to do as humans and as citizens … If we offer classes in auto mechanics and civics, why not parenting? A lot of what happens to children that’s bad derives from ignorance … Parents go by folklore, or by what they’ve heard, or by their instincts, all of which can be very wrong.”
    Dr. Alvin F. Poussaint, Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School

    “I remember leaving the hospital thinking, ‘Wait, are they going to let me just walk off with him? I don’t know beans about babies! I don’t have a license to do this. We’re just amateurs’.”
    Anne Tyler, Breathing Lessons

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    I feel strongly about this serious social issue, especially as general society continues to perceive thus treat human reproductive rights as though we, in blind anticipation, will automatically understand and appropriately nurture our children’s naturally developing minds and needs.

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