What is Parenting : Do You Know???
Parenting, a word which describes its meaning in its word itself –an act which is perform by the parents for their kids and the goal is rising their kids healthy, safe, and happy. In order to keep literate and as well as educated person and a members of society.
This is both easy and difficult,and to make matters more complicated.There are many different right ways, and these ways vary according to the parent’s culture, language, and own personality traits.
Communities also have a larger say in other parts of the world in how parents raise their children, which affects how kids are brought up and, in turn, bring up their own children.
There are no hard and fast rules then for parenting. Even concepts like keeping kids safe have different meanings in some parts of the world where danger does not mean the same thing to one culture as to another.
What are some of the different parenting styles out there then? There are so many, almost too many to count. In the end, parents have to do what is right for them and their children. That will define success for that family.
France: A Hands Off Approch:
Like me, I think you will also get surprised when to will know that French kids did not get touchy feel and huggy by their parents .Normally parents show their affection by kissing their kid but here ,the parenting style is very different but kids know they are loved. Respect for self and others is also a big thought as is taught from the time they are little. French parents also are more detached from their children and keep their distance letting children play and learn on their own. They don’t follow them around as much as US parents. In the US, of course parents teach respect and give their kids space, but will more often follow them around on the playground and comment on what the kids are doing. This is done to build a close relationship with children, whereas in France it is considered a little indulgent.
UK: Communication And Manners:
In the UK, parents are all about teaching children manners for the “public world.” Kids have to be followed particular rules and etiquette every time. UK parents are very clear about what is appropriate private versus pubic behavior. They also tried to no to be their arrogant child. They also make sure kids understand that bragging or talking about their talents is not appreciated by others and viewed negatively. They teach the child to be hard working and modest, for that is what will get them ahead in the world. They also tend to resolve any problem by their kids themselfes and involve the child in finding solutions to the problem so that it will not happen again. They trust that their child will find the solution and as a result, be better able to integrate into society as they get older.
Canada: Fostering Independence:
In Canada, the main doctrine of parenting is to encouraging children independence from a young age with feeding, dressing and socializing well with peers while making themselves understood. Parents are usually alone without much extended family support, so rely on their partners and perhaps friends for occasional babysitting. Most children are in daycare and preschool when Moms go back to work. Kids get older in Canadian schools is much peer pressure to fit in with kids their own age. This is good that kids are moving away from parental dependence, but Canadian parents often have to be careful to monitor that their children are not getting too sidetracked with following the crowd, if they are up to things that are dangerous, mean or inappropriate.
China: Reaspect For Elders:
China is very large country in population. It has a first rank in largest army in the world. It is only possible by the education as well as a respect for their country and elders. Respect is paramount, and parents are extremely close and involved with their child. It’s a different kind of affection. They are involved with children’s education and achievements, and believe in pushing kids to go as far as possible in life. They have more of a formal relationship with the child where the child defers to them as an elder, and shows respect for the decisions they make regarding that child’s future. Children rarely address their father as this is seen as a sign of respect, and often extended family live with the parents and child. There are many parental figures in the home that are constantly teaching and molding the child. Children listen to their elders and believe that they have their best interests at heart to help them be successful in their life and in society. Children ask their elder before taking a big decision in their life.
Norway: Kids In Daycare:
As Norwayis the very expensive country so there is a trend or you may say as a culture of being working of both men and women. For a good standards of life they prefer their kids in day care. Norway kids usually a whole day spend in daycare.Childhood is extremely structured in this kind of setting as there are no parents who are available to take kids to Mom/Tot groups, the playground etc. Children are raised in these communal settings, so their attitudes and ways of interacting are definitely different than in the US where kids play a lot one-on-one or alone at home. The structure must be very organized to allow families to provide for their children in a stable environment.
India: It Takes A Village:
In India there is a totally different culture from the western countries. Parents taught them about their culture. Doctrine of parents is should be respect their elder one and become a social welfare person. Their is no trend of day care or baby sitters if women is not working . The babysitters are already in one’s family and in the community at large. Children are thought to learn best in communal settings where they can watch and imitate the adults around them. They also always have many other children to play with so loneliness is not an option. In this kind of culture, there is not a lot of privacy, nor do many people think it is necessary, unlike space and alone time that is so important to family members in the US and for children in the US. Kids learn to like alone time while watching their parents enjoy some alone time, too.
Denmark: Children Are Left Outside Restaurants:
Parents will take children and babies into restaurants or anywhere if they can’t find a sitter. In Denmark, parents don’t think it wrong to occasionally leave baby alone outside of a restaurant in their stroller. It’s a popular practice for parents to go inside restaurants to eat and drink and get quality alone time, while their sleeping newborn is in the carriage outside the restaurant with other newborns. In the US most parents would probably be arrested and reported for doing this. But in Denmark, it’s normal and babies are safe from harm. Danish parents do this so that the child can get fresh air and be healthier. They have never had a problem with this. Very amazing