How to check if you are an equalitarian parent
Motivated by Dr. Phil’s parenting quiz, we have set up the following quiz with ten questions to identify four levels of equalitarian parenting style: high identification with the equalitarian style, dominant behaviors for the equalitarian style, average or moderate behaviors for the equalitarian style, or low behaviors for the equalitarian style. Upon completion of the quiz, your level of equalitarian parenting style will be shown.
Different children react to different parenting styles — Authoritarian, Equalitarian, and Permissive — differently. An equalitarian style is suitable for some children, while other children may need an authoritarian or a permissive style. However, a consistent style is preferable within a family.
Equalitarian parenting style is collaborative, undisciplined, and reactive. Sometimes this style can be manipulative, both from parents’ and children’s side. 🙂
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Low behaviors for the Equalitarian style
Average or moderate behaviors for the Equalitarian style
Dominant behaviors for the Equalitarian style
High identification with the Equalitarian style
Question 1 of 10
I believe that it is more important for my family to learn how to accomplish goals than to actually accomplish goals.
Question 2 of 10
My philosophy is to develop a team spirit with my family in dealing with our problems.
Question 3 of 10
Accomplishing a common goal is more important than the personal achievement of any one member of the family.
Question 4 of 10
I feel that one of a parent’s most important tasks is to teach a child how to set realistic goals.
Question 5 of 10
Learning how to trust one another in difficult times and relying on one another’s abilities are very important skills for all family members.
Question 6 of 10
It is important for the parent to listen to the child and respect what the child wants and needs.
Question 7 of 10
Although the parent has the responsibility for the child, it is important to share the decision-making.
Question 8 of 10
Children’s behavior should always have consequences, good or bad.
Question 9 of 10
A parent’s rewards are in seeing the children achieve their goals.
Question 10 of 10
The parent-child relationship is the most important lasting legacy in a family.
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