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    Paul Simon was right about the mother and child reunion being a very close bond.

    The parent-child relationship is qualitatively different than all of our other relationships.

    Dr.

    Keith Crnic, Professor and Chairman of the Psychology Department at Arizona State University has extensively studied this relationship for most of his career.

    His lab has looked at how the nature of stress in parent-child relationships influences child and family function as well asand has the used longitudinal studies to look at the association between parenting styles and children’s emotions and behaviors that may contribute to early mental health issues in children.

    Parent-child relationships develop over time, influenced by child characteristics, parent characteristics, and the contexts in which families operate.

    These factors mix together in unique ways to create incredible diversity in the qualities of those relationships.

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    We know that our role as parents is a critical one, in terms of child development.

    But what exactly can we and should we be doing to raise mentally healthy children or at the very least, to minimize the impact of mental disorders? Obviously, the answer is complex but here are a few tips from Dr.

    Crnic’s research.

    1) There are great benefits of effective parenting to child development under normal circumstances, and even greater benefits in the face of risk.

    There are certain risk factors that are unique to parent-child relationships.

    The relationship processes involved may depend on where the risk resides … in the child (e.g.

    developmental disability, prematurity, behavior problems), the parent (e.g.

    psychopathology), or the family context (e.g.

    economic hardship, minority status).

    Child developmental delay, child diagnosis of ADHD/ODD, and low family income are associated with lower positive parenting scores, a measure of a “resilient parent.” Maternal education acts as a protective buffer to improve resilient parenting for younger children (aged 3-5) while maternal health is protective for 5 year olds.

    One of the greatest protective factors is maternal optimism, which is effective for children ages 3 to 8.

    Ellingsen, et al.

    J.

    Intellectual development research, July, 2013.

    Ellingsen, et al.

    Research in developmental disabilities, April, 2014.

    2) Children with developmental delays are more likely to have behavioral issues.

    The extent of a child’s behavior problems is a strong contributor to parenting stress, more so than the child’s cognitive delay.

    Baker, et al.

    Am J Mental Retardation.

    Dec, 2002.

    3) Parental warmth and controlling, in a positive way are the two most important parental attributes that help to create positive effects.

    In research terms this is parental affect and sensitivity.

    Positive emotional reactivity and self-regulation are important parental factors in developing healthy children’s temperament.

    Bates, et al Handbook of Temperament, Guilford Press, 2012.

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    4) Mothers and fathers share some childrearing attributes and effects, but also differ in important ways that create unique relationship qualities.

    (Stevenson & Crnic, 2015; Crnic et al., 2009).

    Both mothers and fathers of children with borderline intellectual functioning have more negative controlling parenting (child age 5-6) than did parents of typically developing children.

    In turn, those children with borderline intellectual functioning showed more difficult behavior.

    It is interesting that negative paternal behavior is predicted by earlier child behavior while negative maternal behavior predicts child difficulties.

    Fenning, et al.

    Journal of Family Psychology, April, 2014.

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    5) Emotion, in all its facets, plays an important role in the development and trajectory of parent-child relationships.

    It’s a two-way street; children’s emotions affecting parental behaviors and parental emotions affecting children’s development and behaviors.

    The regulation of emotion is especially critical in parent-child relationships, for parents as models, and for children as a core developmental competence.

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