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Savannah Esposito

Savannah has been writing since she was fifteen years old when she started a book series, which became popular online. She attended SCAD, studying Creative and Dramatic writing until she transferred to John Jay College of Criminal Justice to study Forensic Psychology. She now has a blog called Millennial Mrs and Mom that she writes while she finishes pursuing her education.

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    Rose Angelie

    Interesting! I love reading psychology and parenting, but never read one that is both. I agree, I don’t think one parent can be solely considered having one set of parenting style. I think it depends on the situation and it can be a mix. I learned something new with this! 🙂

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      Savannah Esposito

      Glad you found the article interesting and learned something new!

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    I find this topic so interesting and remember studying parenting styles for my degree. I always try to be a healthy balance – relaxed when appropriate and safe, authoritive when needed and to maintain some sense of sanity in the household. Well written, thank you.

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      Savannah Esposito

      I think parenting styles and attachment styles are very interesting, a lot can be learned from them! Glad you enjoyed the article 🙂

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    Helen Little

    Great read that raises the need to treat children gently and with respect, which would rule out the authoritarian parenting style. I really learned a lot from reading Why Love Matters by Sue Gerhardt. The book discusses the need for secure maternal attachment in the first year of a child’s life. It really matters for the future of the human race, I believe. The relationship we have with our parents sets the tone for the rest of our lives. It’s so hard to undo parental neglect.

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      Savannah Esposito

      Thank you! I will have to check out that book, thank you for passing that knowledge on 🙂

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    There is a fourth attachment style: Disorganized. It is characterized by inconsistent and erratic behaviors between the parent and child.


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