In parenting a child, the parents have to act positively considering the behavior that the child will have when they are growing up. Children learn from their parent’s behavior towards  how they act when they are at their early stages of their lives. Parenting is the most challenging and difficult responsibilities an adolescence or adult can face. Parents have a major role in their children’s lives because of how they decided to raise their children. The way a family is structured begins by the way a child is taught at home. Parenting styles are specific behaviors a parent implements on a child’s behavior which defies the nature of the parent-child relationships. Parenting styles can vary greatly from generation to generation; however, parenting styles can be broken down into three categories known as: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
According to Diane Baumrind, the idea was to address how parents control their kids (Baumrind 1966). She explained that, “parents take a different, more moderate approach that emphasizes setting high standards, being nurturing and responsive, and showing respect for children as independent, rational beings. The authoritative parent expects maturity and cooperation, and offers children lots of emotional support.” This parenting style is commonly known as the Authoritative style of parenting. The Authoritative parenting style allows the child to be independent; however, the child still has several boundaries. My opinion on parenting styles is that authoritative is the best style which is considered to be, the “Good” style. This style allows for the child and parent to communicate in an effective and healthy manner. The child can express their feelings to the parent and the parent will listen to them, yet the parent will not always do what the child prefers but maybe come to an agreement with the child. The “good” style is the same style my parent’s implied on me since I was a little girl. Ever since I was small I