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    Default Is “nurture” the best parenting style for healthy child psychological development, regardless of sociotype?

    There are countless studies beyond the following that address the virtue of nurturing for cognitive/emotional development of children: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3774302/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4933050/
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK225548/

    “Nurture” being defined as responsiveness and attunement to needs of a child, both expressed and implicit.

    Neuroscience will say nurture is among the most vital aspects of parenting for optimal brain development in kids from infancy, which I believe as well.

    However, I also know intertype relations have a significant psychological impact on people, especially during childhood when the brain is most impressionable.

    This brings me to the question of whether nurture’s benefits are universal across the socion. It would make sense that “nurture” would have a different definition for every sociotype of child, apt to be function-related. Obviously, “nurture“ from a dual will be received differently from “nurture” from a conflictor.

    All input welcome, from all kinds of experiences with parents/caregivers. If you had a stereotypically “nurturing” parent or parents, or otherwise felt your parent fit that description for you, please detail in your post how you perceive that affected your growth and if it molded you in a positive, negative, or neutral way. If you know your parent(s)’ type and what intertype relation you have, please add that as well.
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    the difference about types is on what regions is better to do more accent - on valued regions
    Types examples: video bloggers, actors

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    Quote Originally Posted by asd View Post
    attachment impacts and develops the brain but I think “nurture” here does not only mean the caregiver’s behavior but how the child experiences the caregiver; so naturally the experience might be different with C vs. D.

    also temperament figures into it. Genetic vulnerabilities.
    Yes, I am looking for children’s perspectives to help understand how each sociotype subjectively interprets “nurture.” Do you know your parents’ types?

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    Well, I have been thinking about how death of a parent affects this. All I can say that all my 3 siblings are kind of normal while I think relationship with other person as something to avoid due to extra package that might come up (being on my own as being better for my mental health). We are kind of doing our own thing.

    But even based on this forum I see that some attitudes might transfer.
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    In my opinion, the most important thing that parents are obliged to do for a child is to show him their love and full acceptance of him as a person. Then the child grows self-confident and treats others with respect because someone who is used to respecting himself will respect others. Much also depends on the gender of the child. You can't raise a boy and a girl in the same way because their brains are arranged differently. And it is necessary to prepare for the upbringing of a child from the moment of conception up to calculate the sex of the unborn child and special courses for parents.
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