Parenting Style Quiz
When parents succeed, kids succeed. The first step starts with you - the adult. Understand your parent style by shining light on your current parenting approach. With this awareness, you can make changes that help your kids thrive.
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Highlight each parent* above to learn more about how parents of complex kids tend to respond. Then, take the quiz below to discover your parenting tendency -- and what to do about it!
* Dads, please forgive us for having images of women only. No offense. We know you can be angry, lost, super, maxed out, fix-it dads, too!
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Take the Parenting Style Quiz!
Are you the kind of parent you thought you’d be before you had kids? No we aren’t, either. When raising complex kids, there are at least 5 styles of parenting. (Actually, there are 6. But if you were a “Fix My Kid I Don’t Want to be Bothered” kind of parent, you wouldn’t be reading this now). While most of us express some combination of these styles at different times, typically we have a ‘default’ style (or two).
So here’s a chance to get some perspective. What kind of parent are you most often?
As you read the questions below, check the boxes that are closest to how you feel. (Check all that apply.) Remember, the more honest you are with yourself, the better chance you have to create the changes you really want.
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