How DANGEROUS Are Strict Parents?

Hey there! Welcome to Life Noggin! Whether or not we like to admit it, our parents
have a big effect on us – and I don’t just mean genetically. How they raise us can influence everything
from our future social relationships to how much fruit we eat…yeah. It can also have a large impact on our brain
and development, which is why it’s important for parents to be involved in their kid’s
lives. But what happens when they are a little, well,
too involved? A common theme among overprotective parents
is to shield their kids from anything that could hurt them physically, emotionally, and
even academically., The parents that take this to the extreme are often referred to
as helicopter parents, and that sounds way cooler than it actually is. But their efforts don’t seem to have the
desired effect. A 2014 study on college students found that
those with over-controlling parents had significantly higher levels of depression and less satisfaction
with life due to their lack of autonomy. Generally, these parents want to help their
kids through life. But removing all stressful situations from
their children doesn’t seem to actually help them at all. Several studies have looked at how stress
affects brain and social development in rats. As opposed to chronic or sustained stress,
which stems from things like neglect and violence and is agreed upon to be harmful to children,
these studies tested how acute or short-term stress from activities like playing and competitions
affected the animals. For example, one study found that rats that
weren’t allowed to play-fight as juveniles grew up to have social problems like hyper-aggression
and anti-social behaviors as adults. Overall, these animal studies have shown that
brief, controlled amounts of stress during childhood can be beneficial for the development
of the brain, social skills, intelligence, and even the immune system., An authoritarian or strict parenting style
doesn’t produce the desired effect either. Take triangle bob for example, As opposed to becoming well-behaved and avoiding
dangers like drinking, drug use, and other RISKY ADULT BEHAVIORS , children of strict
parents tend to be more rebellious, suffer from low self-esteem and emotional problems
like depression, and often become bullies. Despite their popularity, the data shows that
corporal punishments like spanking also have a negative impact on children. Around the world, around 80 percent of parents
report using physical punishments like spanking to discipline their children.,, Which is scary
when you look into what effect spanking has on them. A 2016 meta-analysis combining the results
of 75 previous studies found that spanking results in more aggression, more antisocial
behavior, more mental health problems, lower cognitive abilities, lower self-esteem, and
more negative relationships with parents. The parenting style that has been found to
have the best impact on children is called authoritative parenting. It combines discipline and guidance with warmth
and support – something I think all of us can benefit from. Thank you for being a loving parent, Animator. I appreciate you. As much as science has told us about different
parenting styles, people have lots of different experiences, we wanna hear yours if you’re
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100 thoughts on “How DANGEROUS Are Strict Parents?”

  1. #dear blocko can you ask the animator to make you use a train all the time or I'll steal all your pizza bagels from mohnish the steam engine

  2. Look, I understand that some parents can take physical discipline too far. But for a lot of kids, the only way they learn is the hard way. My parents spanked when I deserved it, and I know that has made me a better person and adult.

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  4. I was raised with openness to situations and my parents asked me my opinion so they supported my independence and helped me get there so I feel normal in adult life and don’t freak out when a stressful situation presents itself and they spanked me growing up and it didn’t negatively affect me

  5. Bruh i don’t really care what parents do bruh im doin what i want even while getting spanked and told to do something i know the difference between right and wrong

  6. Glad to finally know solid science behind why physical punishment is bad. I and a few others I know were punished physically, some of us more than others. None of us can remember what we did or why it was bad, just being scared to death of our parents afterwords for any minor mistake. We knew it was bad, but no one likes to listen to 'inexperienced children' say "this was our experience".

  7. Long story short just remember how you are now and how you were before and try to raise your future children the way you would like to be raised. My dad almost never bothered to teach me anything abd the time he did teach me something ( swimming) he just pushed me off the boat and said u can float then procceded to go a bit far so i would swim. I did learn how to swim but at the cost that i can now never enterthe sea with people.

  8. At the doctors office:

    Doctor: What do you want to be when u grow up?

    Me: a video game maker 😀

    My mom as soon as we get in the car: gets her iPhone charger and tortures me with it

    Then she asks why I have depression and why I have no passion

  9. I think I am proof of how correct this is, while I did have an abusive father too (more emotional with me) my sisters had way more abuse from him both physically and mentally, the results are quite clear unfortunately…

  10. I’m vengeful cuz of my parents they are very strict and my dad spanks me sometimes but my dad is fun so I like their NON strict side

  11. Once my dad was using the belt (folded), it unfolded and the metal part hit my hand, my dad thought I was being dramatic for screaming and thought it was just a bruise, i got a hairline fracture and I can still feel the lump whenever I touch that part of my hand.

  12. Kids watch too much TV and use actors or singers or athletes as their role models. This creates brainwashed society and selfish individuals. People strayed from religion which left emptiness inside their souls and the Media encourages that to devid people so that can be easily controlled. Kids need to know to respect their parents and listen to them and care for each other and appreciate what they have and be thankful.

  13. I never see studies that show the effects of both positive and negative reinforcement.

    All the studies are like "We asked people and a lot of people said they hit their kids, shocking! We then looked at the results of a few families who only hit their kids and we had these terrible results!"

    A majority of parents however, don't just hit their kids, they reward with praise, treats, events like going to the movies, etc. I haven't seen any studies that show the effects of kids who receive both.

  14. my life with a chill parent:

    only gets phone taken away when “grounded”

    only has to clean room and kitchen

    can hit my brothers without them hitting me


    My parents expect a lot of from me because all my siblings are either assholes or dumbasses

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  17. Me: has super strict parents

    Me: sees video

    rushes to parents to make them see the video

    Parents: after watching video

    Me: gets bruises all over

  18. Ok so this is my story

    My parents is strict especially my dad because hes a trained maritime engineer so discipline is in his mind.. when we were kids together with my siblings when we do stupid things or fight each other he do hit us with broomstick,belt,slipper and the most painfull is the whip.. yes a whip.. (btw were from philippines so its part from asia were parents hit theyre kids) he hit us that but not that hard.. the time i get older (currently 21) i once talked to my mom that why did dad hit us with such weapons Haha.. she said that my granddad(fathers side dad) hit theyre sons and daughters brutally because triggered.. and now i understand my dad why did he do those but sometimes he is caring like a motherly figure one.. but more of a barbaric way.. i do feel depress and unsatisfied in my life.. i do feel stress about them until now but i still love them tho.. but thanks to them im here now

    Sorry for bad english im sleepy if you have any question about my story of having strict asian parents feel free to ask ty

  19. My mom hits me with belt, flip flops, hand, towel, stick, cable, a wooden spoon or whatever she gets on the middle and it works lmao

  20. Well, every SINGLE TIME I say something semi-personal or barely related to my life and I tell my parents about it they are like, WHY DID YOU DO THAT, and NOW PEOPLE CAN FIGURE OUT blah blah blah, yeah I know what cyber security is and I NEVER, and I mean NEVER, say something directly related to my life online

  21. Tell that to Asian parents when their kid becomes a lawyer, doctor, or account.

    Tell their kids also who support it as they are having financial freedom at a early age.

  22. My parents are the best kind of parents :)!
    They have all the positive things and they made me very independentl! 🙂

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