The impact of detachment parenting on a child's decision-making skills
Detachment parenting, also known as uninvolved parenting, is a parenting style characterized by a lack of responsiveness to a child's needs and a lack of communication and emotional engagement with the child.
This type of parenting can have negative effects on a child's decision-making skills. Children who do not receive guidance and support from their parents may struggle with problem-solving and decision-making, and they may be more likely to make impulsive or risky decisions.
They may also have difficulty considering the consequences of their actions and may not have the self-control or self-regulation needed to make good decisions.
On the other hand, children who have a strong, supportive relationship with their parents are more likely to have well-developed decision-making skills and to be able to consider the consequences of their actions before making decisions.
It is important for parents to be actively involved in their child's life and to provide guidance and support to help their child develop the skills and judgment needed to make good decisions.