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Sažetak This paper focuses on characteristics of parenting as key contributor to psychosocial development of a child. Family is a fundamental social group where a child learns first experiences, creates attitudes, develops personal potentials and interpersonal relationships. When taking care of child’s development, it is important to support the quality of child’s family life. Researchers confirmed certain parental approaches that hamper with child’s good course of development. In this work, such parental approach is conceptualized as parenting in resistance. Parenting in resistance is defined in the context of parenting styles and components that determine them – parental requirements and expressing emotional warmth. The preferable parenting style is authoritative, which is presented as parenting of activity. Other parenting styles – authoritarian, relaxed and neglecting upbringing style are explained as being partially active, partially passive or completely passively resistant to the child. This work presents possible sources of negative or inadequate parenting practices. In this regard, it mentions motivation for parenting, which potentially affects parent’s practical adaptation to parenthood and readiness to adequately respond to demands of parental responsibilities. The work also discusses personal characteristics of an individual that contribute to developing positively engaged parenting. It questions practical, socially contextualized possibilities for preventing parenting in resistance through social sensitization of the adult population to the complexity of parenting role and points to a need for professional interest for parents in educational institutions.