It's Real Talk Radio
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The purpose of "It's Real Talk Radio" is to cover a wide variety of topics including: dating, trending topics, self-awareness, music, sports, health, motivation, parenthood, pretty much anything that makes for good conversation. We have no limit here on It's Real Talk Radio so grab some popcorn, kick back and tune in every Tuesday @ 10:00 PM EST because 1 thing we promise is "You will be entertained!"
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What Parenting Style Do You Have?
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Tonight, on "It's Real Talk Radio", we will be discussing "Parenting Styles." The question we're asking is "What Parenting Style do you have?" There are 4 Primary Parenting Styles:
Authoritative - Flexible, assertive, democratic, self-regulation, warmth, supportive.Authoritarian - Obedience, Autocratic, structure, responsiveness, boss mentality.Permissive - Appeasement, non-directive, over-involved, indulgent, lenient, no guidelines.Uninvolved - Distant, uninterested, neglectful, absent, passive.
Most (if not all of) you fit in one of these categories and some of you are embarrassed to admit which category you honestly fall under. Well tonight, we're keeping it real! This aint no fairytale show! It's time to be honest and real. Your Parenting Style represents who you are as a person! So if you can't keep it real about your parenting Style, then you are phony in general! We are here to bring realness by having a real conversation, as it pertains to parenting. So if you can't handle the heat, then stay the bleep out of the kitchen, POINT BLANK!
We'll also be touching on how third party people’s views and opinions affect our ability of parenting in public and around others in general. This is an interesting dynamic and typically a game changer for some parents, as we live in a very judgmental society.
Parenting the way you parent in private can be embarrassing in public, as others tend to gaze at you and some even go as far as commenting, which could lead to controversial backlash, arguments and in some cases, physical altercations.
We will also touch on how parenting can be a direct link to the mental development of your child and ultimately the determining factor of what type of adult your child will grow to be.
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