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Parenting Styles Breakdown Worksheet

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What parenting style did your results show?
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Did the parenting style module provide any insight? (Mark all that apply.)
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What parenting style trait(s) do you feel define(s) you the most at this time. (Check all that apply or add in other/comments.)
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What parenting traits would you like to add, change, adjust or improve:
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What are the reasons/concerns that make you want to change these traits?
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What trait or trait(s) do you want to work on first.  (Suggestion: start with the most pressing concern or the easiest traits to change.)
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What are the first steps you can take to work on changing this trait or adding traits?
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Use this space for any additional notes or comments to support your family related to parenting styles.
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1. 
What are some of your children's interests?   (create a list for each child):
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How can you support each child's interests?
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Are there any interests you're struggling to support for any child?
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Supporting Your Child's interests.
If yes, what is behind this struggle? (examples: Does the interest go against a core value or belief? Is it expensive to support? Is it something you're unfamiliar with?) Skip if not applicable.
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Supporting Your Child's interests.
If you're struggling: what could you do to change this, if possible? (example: look for more affordable options, compromise, discuss your values/reasonsing with your child, look into acceptable alternatives) Skip if not applicable.
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Are you pushing your child(ren) toward an interest that's important to you, but not your child(ren)?

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My interests: 
If yes, what is behind this push?  (examples: reliving your youth through your child, the activity supports a core value or life lesson).  Skip if not applicable.

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My interests: 
Depending on your reasoning above, what can you do to increase your child's interest or participation?  Or is it best to let your child make his/her own decision regarding your interest? Skip if not applicable

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Modeling Respect: Do you feel you currently model respect?   
If not so as much you'd like, what could you do to improve this? 
If yes, are there any issues or changes you'd like to note or address?
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What steps could you take to start increasing the respect you're getting from your child(ren)?
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In general do you take time to help your children/teens learn new tasks?
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Do you get upset/angry with your child when a task is not completed properly?
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What are specific "teaching" opportunities you'd like to address?  (examples: how to load the dishwasher, fold clothes properly, make the bed, the value of saving money, the value of earning money through chores).
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Influences

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Do you believe you are a significant influence in your child's life at this time?
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What are some simple steps you feel you could take to increase your influence on your child?  (Example: modeling my actions, more quality time, increasing communication opportunities, more patience, etc.)
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Is your child showing visible signs of negative influences, or possibly hiding negative behavior?
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Who else or what else do you feel is influencing your child the most at this time? List any influences you're aware of or concerned about.  (Examples include:  other adults, other parent, co-parent, peers, device use, peer pressure, major or minor life change, etc.)
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What are some simple steps you can take to reduce the impact of any negative influences?  (Examples: monitor and reduce device time, limit device acessibility, monitor behavior or actions, open communication, set device downtimes, remove devices from rooms, monitor interactions with influential peers, set appropriate boundaries or rules, enforce boundaries, consult with specialists, school staff including social workers and teachers, etc, investigate or monitor your child more, ask questions, set and enforce consequences, increase your influence, enlist another trusted adult, change your modeling behavior, etc.) 
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What reaonsable steps would you like to take to increase your ability to monitor your  children's oustide influences.
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Understanding Modeling Worksheet

1. 
What habits/actions would you like to add/change/alter to increase your modeling role?
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What are some simple first steps you can take to work on changing these habits?  Mark all that apply and/or use comment section to add useful notes. 
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As a role model: what skills would you like to promote, share or learn with your child?
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What simple, fun or interesting ways would you like to model/teach these skills?
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What age-appropriate life lessons would you like to add to your daily or weekly routines?  (Choose all that apply or use the comment box to add your own.)
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MODELING those Life Lessons: Mark any of these items that you personally want to improve or work on yourself.
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What are some fun, simple ways to incorporate these life lessons into everyday quality moments: (example: shopping or cooking together, taking classes together, general modeling or showing your active efforts to change/grow, offering your child safe opportunities for trial and error or practice; using real life opportunities such as allowances or paying for broken items, etc.)  
Use the large comment box to add notes that will find the best first steps for your family.
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Mark all the ways you currently model respect and all the ways you would like to improve, or use the comment space to add your own comments or notes.
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