Authoritative parenting demands more expectations and good standards as well as being ready to provide the needs for children to achieve the goals. Authoritative parents are likely to have children who:
Are independent and self-reliant.
Express warmth and cooperate with peers
Develop good self-esteem.
Have better mental health — less depression, anxiety, suicide attempts, delinquency, alcohol, and drug use.
Exhibit less violent tendencies.
Tend to be happy and content.
Have good emotional regulation and self-control
High emotional intelligence
Explore a new environment without fear.
Are competent and assertive.
Achieve higher academic success.
Have good problem solving skills
Have good negotiation skills
Have good communication skills
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