Externalizing behaviors include impulsivity, aggression, reactivity, and hyperactivity. Parenting plays a crucial role in fostering adaptive behaviors in children. Authoritative parenting, with warmth and high expectations, yields positive outcomes. Setting clear limits and offering explanations motivate cooperation. Consistent consequences that align with the behavior are necessary. Understanding the child’s needs and emotions is vital. Collaborative discussions and problem-solving promote growth. Support your child’s learning and adaptive responses for a positive outcome.