What a Son Needs From His Mom?

What a Son Needs From His Mom?

"Raising a son is the greatest joy of my life." What would my mother say if I asked her?

This is the second entry in a four-part series that focuses on empirical evidence for a gender-determined parent-child relationship. As always, I must make it clear that I do not know that not all children are raised in the home of two opposite parents, and I do not wish that these children would necessarily have any difficulty. However, some interesting research has been done on the relationship between parents and children through sex and I would like to highlight some of the results of this series of articles. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the evidence of what we need from his mother when we grow up. (See what a son expects from his father, what a daughter expects from her mother, and what a daughter expects from her father)

What a Son Needs From His Mom,10 THINGS a SON NEEDS FROM HIS MOTHER

There is a risk of nonviolent parenting in childhood - or a variety of negative social consequences. Strong parenting is one of the most common cycles in which parents instruct a child's behavior and then deny it "before", thus increasing the intensity of the child's demands, which are repeated. , Or acting. Eventually, the parents return and/or leave, which further intensifies the child abuse.

In a sample of young boys and their mothers over a period of more than ten years of their adult life, researchers found that mothers with impaired parents experienced a higher rate of behavior and social problems in their children, on the other side of the spectrum Girls) also, help to increase their social skills and self-esteem in a proper development framework [1].

Minimum exception and maximum warmth. Don’t get me wrong - heat doesn’t mean permission or too much fun. Instead, warm mothers invest in their son’s love, determination, kindness, and development. Another idea is that conflicts and contradictions do not change completely under parental control. Like all relationships, this is a two-way street! Nonetheless, mothers who work hard to minimize their quarrels and make the most of their love make friends for beneficial social skills, improving their son's moral development and son's chances of involvement. It is more likely to reduce anti-social behavior such as working in school.

Support their self-determination and their liberation from enmity. It is well known that modeling is an important part of positive parenting. "Do what I say, don't do what I do" Parental philosophy is not a solid foundation on which the younger generation needs to acquire more complex skills to work as adults. Teaching a child to brush their teeth is easier than teaching them to deal with anxiety.

In a study that found that qualities helped mothers develop their son's self-control skills (including a wide range of restraint, decision-making, and sensitive management skills), the authors identified two important issues. First, a mother establishes a trusting and connected relationship with her son and invests in her son’s autonomy and self-control. And second, anti-parental practices, such as inferiority complex, were associated with the son's low level of self-control [2]. This study is not surprising because it provides well-established research that combines manipulative parenting strategies with negative outcomes for children.

Responsibility, weight, and warmth - or risk-taking and care. Again, I drop my two-way traffic warning. When it comes to parental relationships like any other relationship, neither of us can have 100% responsibility. However, mothers who reacted less to their son may be seen to jump with more care and suspicion. Also, higher reactive disciplinary strategies (as opposed to authority) involving issues of distrust and distrust, such as expressing strong negative feelings about the boy's behavior or expressing dictatorship, are probably the above opinions. These results ignored the subtype (hyperactive vs. unknown) of the same boy's ADHD diagnosis and whether the child received medication for his symptoms. [4]

Avoid harsh criticism and sensitive extra involvement to prevent behavioral problems. Interestingly, boys ’studies seem to focus on eliminating issues such as bad behavior and anti-social behavior. In another study, researchers found that mothers who were more critical were more likely to have sons who were more involved in immorality than those who were more sensitive to maternal criticism and predicted symptoms of adverse reactions in younger boys.

What a Son Needs From His Mom,10 THINGS a SON NEEDS FROM HIS MOTHER

Conscious readers can quickly tell that boys who behave badly are more likely to be criticized by their mothers. That’s right, but the main point is that harsh criticism doesn’t help. In other words, mothers who sharply criticize their son's abuse do not implement it. Interestingly, the same relationship was found for sensitive extra involvement, which is defined as extra defensive behavior and self-sacrificing behavior. As such, harsh criticism is not an effective strategy for managing behavior or for lifting the burden of a child's psychological autonomy [3].

In general, research on mother-son mobility predicts significant results in children who seem to be more limited than father-daughter relationships. And quotes the results of the above study - positive parenting, proper adequate autonomy, warmth, etc. Good for a mother-son relationship - can be true regardless of parent or child's gender. Although it is not entirely comprehensive, the articles provide a good overview of the research studies on the short and long-term results associated with different characteristics and traits of mother and son.

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