42 Different Parenting Styles – Which ones should you use?

When researching for my new talk on parents I came across 42 different Parenting Styles. Which ones should you choose? Which ones should you avoid? In this video, I briefly walk through all the styles and let you know if you should do this parenting style or not.
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1. Permissive Parenting
2. Uninvolved Parenting
3. Authoritarian Parenting
4. Authoritative Parenting
5. Attachment Parenting.
6. Helicopter Parenting
7. Bulldozer Parenting
8. Rescue Parenting
9. Lawn Mower Parenting
10. Free Range Parenting
11. Slow Parenting
12. Tiger Parenting
13. Control Parenting
14. Jellyfish parent.
15. Christian / Spiritual Parenting
16. Holistic Parenting
17. Disney Dad/Mom Parenting
18. Gifted Parenting
19. Companion Parenting
20. Single Parenting
21. Widowed Parenting
22. ROI (Return on Investment) Parenting
23. Gut Check Parenting
24. Competitive Parenting
25. Affectionless Parenting
26. Perfectionist Parenting
27. Spaceship parenting
28. Absent Parenting
29. Children Leave Home Parenting
30. Only Child Parenting
31. Sibling Raised Parenting
32. Jaded Parents Parenting
33. Adlerian Parenting
34. Trophy Kids Parenting
35. Vanity Parenting
36. Dolphin Parenting
37. Toxic Parenting
38. Over-Parenting
39. Inside Out – Outside In Parenting
40. Presence Parenting
41. Fear-based parenting
42. Positive Parenting

Which styles am I missing? Which styles do you see yourself using? Which styles are you using and you know you need to change?

Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts.

About The Author

Brett Ullman

Brett Ullman travels North America speaking to teens, young adults, leaders, and parents on topics including parenting, mental health, sexuality, pornography, men, dating and media. Brett's seminars engage and challenge attendees to try and connect our ancient faith with our modern culture we live in. Participants are inspired to reflect on what we know, what we believe and how our faith ought to serve as the lens through which we view and engage tough conversations in our society today.

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