What are the factors that causes some parents to be authoritarian towards their children?
Sometimes parents just want to show their children they are in charge and this makes them who they are, the one with authority and expect their child to obey and listen to them the role of a parent is challenging. Children can also provoke parents to be this way. When children disobey parents then things can get far too much to cope with and parents can change their attitude towards their children. The behavior of their children
Lack of respect
I think parenting styles emanate from their own personality, and part of it is from their own childhood experiences. Also, it depends on the church they attend, because many churches of various religions give advice on how you should raise your child. Also, it's the cultural norms of the community they live in and/or grew up in that influences their parenting style. It helps a lot if they read parenting books, though. But the way they will follow the book's advice will also be tweaked to what their personal understanding of parenting is.
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