Volume : 7, Issue : 2, FEB 2021

A STUDY ON PARENTING BEHAVIOR TOWARDS CHILDHOOD

KABITA PAREEK

Abstract

“It’s my childhood, I want to live it,

Please teach me, but not treat.”

                                                - Kabita Pareek

Childhood is a very sensitive period of development. Child’s like a soft, sensitive and beautiful flower. Parenting Behavior takes an important role in this developmental period. Because, they are playing a vital role for the growth of this flower, like a gardener. It’s depends on them that how carefully they care their flowers, means their child’s. so, in this article researcher try to discuss how and why parents and their behavior takes an important place in their children’s life. That means, parenting behavior is how much important towards childhood period.

Keywords

DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES, CHILDHOOD PERIOD, PARENTING STYLE.

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