Please answer TRUE or FALSE for each question and keep track of your numbered answers on a separate piece of paper. If you are not sure of an answer, choose the answer that seems to match your feelings the closest.
My Parenting Style Quiz - Part 3
55. I don't think it's right for a child to show anger.
56. Angry people are out of control.
57. A child's expressing anger amounts to a temper tantrum.
58. Kids get angry to get their own way.
59. When my child gets angry, I worry about his destructive tendencies.
60. If you let kids get angry, they will think they can get their way all the time.
61. Angry children are being disrespectful.
62. Kids are pretty funny when they're angry.
63. Anger tends to cloud my judgment and I do things I regret.
64. When my child is angry it's time to solve a problem.
65. When my child gets angry, I think it's time for a spanking.
66. When my child gets angry, my goal is to get him to stop.
67. I don't make a big deal of a child's anger.
68. When my child is angry, I usually don't take it all that seriously.
69. When I'm angry, I feel like I'm going to explode.
70. Anger accomplishes nothing.
71. Anger is exciting for a child to express.
72. A child's anger is important.
73. Children have a right to feel angry.
74. When my child is mad, I just find out what is making her mad.
75. It's important to help the child find out what caused the child's anger.
76. When my child gets angry with me, I think, "I don't want to hear this."
77. When my child is angry, I think, "If only he could just learn to roll with the punches."
78. When my child is angry, I think, "Why can't she accept things as they are?"
79. I want my child to get angry, to stand up for himself.
80. I don't make a big deal out of my child's sadness.
81. When my child is angry, I want to know what she is thinking.