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Children's anxiety and depression reduced when parenting style adapted to personality

An interesting study has found that parents can influence their child's level of anxiety and depression by adapting their parenting styles to their child's personality. For example, the study found that children low in self-control responded better when parents provided more structure and less autonomy, while those children with high levels of self-control responded better when parents allowed them more autonomy.

 More about the study here

 
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