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What is your parent style?

The way you are raising your children will determine their personality. What kind of parent are you? Are you a dictatorial, balanced or a too easy going parent? Take this quiz to identify your parenting style and know what it is like to be a dictatorial, balanced or a too easy going parent.

1. You believe that sparing the rod, spoils the child, and therefore you would hit your children if they misbehave.
Always.
Sometimes.
Never.


2. You try and give your children whatever they ask for. This will help them become more confident and secure.
Always. They just have to name it, and they have it.
Often.
Rarely. They have to learn that they can't get what they want by demanding it.


3. If your children are really naughty, you think it's okay to scream at them. Sometimes that's the only way to make them listen to you.
True. I lose my temper and yell at my child a lot.
I yell at her not because I've lost my temper, but because they need some discipline.
I hardly ever scream at my child.


4. Your child wants to use the swing, but the other children are hogging it. Your child comes running to you. You:
Tell him to fight his own battles.
Go right up to the children, make someone get off the swing, and place your child on it.
Tell the children that they must let everyone share the swing.


5. Your daughter wants to play in the rain with her friends. You:
Let her go cheerfully, and tell her to have a good time.
First say no, but when she pleads, you let her go.
Refuse to let her go. You don't want her falling sick.


6. Your child has an essay competition, and you want her to get the first prize. You:
Write the essay for her.
Help her write it.
Leave it entirely up to her.


7. You have allotted daily chores to your children.
Yes.
No.
Only when the maids are away.


8. Your child misses the school bus, again. You:
Drive her to school.
She'll find her own transport.
Drop her to school, and keep shouting and lecturing her till you reach school.


9. You use the phrase, "I said no, and you have to do as I say. No means no."
Very often.
Never.
Sometimes.


10. You tell and show your child that you love him, hug and kiss him often.
Very often.
Sometimes.
Very rarely.




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