Studies conducted have indicated that, there is an association between parenting styles and delinquency. On this basis, delinquency can be generally defined as the failure of doing what is required by the law or norms in a society. In connection to this, examples of delinquent behaviors include; immorality, cheating, irresponsibility, alcoholism, cheating, stealing, and fighting (aggression). In this relation, researches have shown that harsh parenting styles like discipline practices are associated with worse results such as delinquency and aggression (Craig & Bushman, 2002). It is of importance to note that, the child’s complicated conducts influence parent’s punitive strategies leading to harsher and conflicting punishments and hence less participation of the parent in the child’s socialization. In this relation, this negative child-parent socialization strategy jeopardizes a child to delinquent behaviors that starts at their early teenage and persist far into the adulthood. On the other hand, studies have shown that children of single parents are at a higher risk of delinquent behaviors than those of both parents (Craig & Bushman, 2002).