How to recognize if you are practicing detachment parenting

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How to recognize if you are practicing detachment parenting



Detachment parenting, also known as "uninvolved parenting," is a parenting style characterized by a lack of responsiveness to a child's emotional, physical, and developmental needs. 




If you are practicing detachment parenting, you may:



  1. Not be involved in your child's life: You may not take an active role in your child's education, extracurricular activities, or daily life.

  2. Not show interest in your child's feelings or needs: You may not listen to or show concern for your child's feelings or needs, and may not be responsive to their emotional states.

  3. Not provide guidance or support: You may not provide guidance or support to your child, and may not set boundaries or expectations for their behavior.

  4. Not spend quality time with your child: You may not make an effort to spend quality time with your child, and may not engage in activities or conversations with them.




If you recognize any of these behaviors in yourself, it may be a sign that you are practicing detachment parenting. 



If you are concerned about your parenting style, it may be helpful to seek support from a therapist or counselor who can help you learn more effective parenting techniques.

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