Due to a number of factors, such as the way you grow up, your relationship with your parents, and your cultural background, it is almost impossible to have a specific parenting manual. However in an Anabel poll , the overwhelming majority voted that it is or thinks it will be the parent "pull it out" or the parent strongly attached to the child.
As you can see below, 42% voted for the parent "pull it off" parenting, which is a combination of authoritarian and tolerant parenting.
Such a parent sets clear rules and boundaries, has expectations for the child, listens to them and generally responds calmly. It certainly takes time and patience in order to achieve a kind of communication where both parties, parent-child, are heard.
Experts say such a parent is more likely to raise children without mental health problems and risky behavior.
By a small margin, the parent who is strongly attached to the child is ranked second. This type of parenting is based on strong bonding, whether physical, with constant kisses and hugs. Such a parent responds or tries to respond to the child's needs and tries to make him or her feel safe.
Of course, as a result of this kind of parenting, based on constant communication, children grow more independent, have less stress, are empathetic and able to control their emotions.
Regarding the rest, 10% are tolerant parents, 6% authoritarian, while a small percentage are fixed and negligent.