Some Parents think giving their children permission to make decisions and do as they please make them a better Parent and develops a Child's ability for independence.
The problem is Permissiveness is bad for young brain development. Children need routine and parameter understanding, an authority figure. The frontal lobes in the brain are involved in decision-making, impulses, control and judgment aren’t fully developed until a person is in their mid-20s.
💡 Action and Application Tip: Help manage their brain development by giving specific and firm communication, being kind/compassionate and creating good routines.
I mentioned this to my Coaching client Sally last week because she was being way too Permissive with her Child. Now things are much better at home. 😉
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