His immaturity shows in these scenes, but in the end, he finally realizes how immature he really has been by following this girl around. By saying that, we find out that the boy does not just realize his immaturity right away, it takes him a while to mature enough to figure this fact out on his own, and therefore, Mangan’s sister plays a major role in the development of the boy. Aside from the girl, there were also other people with a major impact on the boy’s maturing process. Another one of the characters who aided the boy in the development of his maturity, was his uncle. The boy’s uncle is a symbol of the boy’s father figure.
In example, the neglectful parents show no warmth towards their child or control which automatically destines the child to become a social delinquent when on the other hand, a child of authoritative parents show warmth but also a good amount of control which then places their child in the non-delinquency trajectory. The empirically proven statistics of parental influence on adolescent behavior serves the purpose to have parents and future parents to realize the right way to raise a child because without the proper care and parenting style, the child could possibly become an outlier, juvenile child or delinquent.
He proposed that the first few years of a child’s life is crucial, if a separation between the mother and infant occurs then this could lead to “severe emotional and critical consequences” that could have a dangerous impact on the development of the child later in life. Bowlby referred this bond to be irreversibly broken and described the disruption of this bond as “maternal deprivation” which would be known as a long-term effect of deprivation. (Rivers, 2014). Deprivation is when a child develops an attachment with their primary caregiver but drastic circumstances causes this attachment to be lost, therefore the infant no longer has this attached bond to their caregiver. Leading to this Bowlby believed that once this form of attachment breaks, the damage would be permanent and the bond between the infant and primary care-giver can no longer be fixed.
First of all, it helps children develop a sense of what is right and what is wrong. The child doesn’t inherently have a moral code which he/she can follow and have guidance is necessary. Also, kids need some kind of reassurance after performing certain tasks; for example, when they do something well, they need to be told that they did well and need to be encouraged for their good behavior. This boosts their confidence and makes them motivated to do well. Thus, being a laid-back parent is not really a positive thing, even though teenagers always wish their parents weren’t so involved and
Parents usually have the best intentions – like protecting their children from life's hardships and preparing them for adulthood. However as with many other aspects of parenting, the results do not always match the intentions. Overprotective parents generally want to protect their children from harm, hurt, pain, failure, unhappiness, bad experiences, rejection, and disappointment (Lindsey 1). However, parents must realize that overprotective parenting has certain side effects. Parents believe that they are doing a favor for their children by keeping them safe without realizing that this parenting style can have severe effects on children such as robbing children of the essential life skills that they need in order to have a healthy personality and to face life problems.
Raising a child with proper care and emotional connection is extremely hard to do when dealing with equal rights among parents. A mother or a father should not co parent if it could harm their child’s present being or future being. Most importantly, a child needs stability, support, emotionally and physically, and a positive influential role model. A stable and comforting environment should start when a child is born. When an adult is uncomfortable in a situation they usually remove themself from it, but a helpless child does not have the same choice, especially when they are young.
If the parents want to have a better control of their kids and if they continue to have contact with their children they may be able to maintain consistent discipline and supervision of their children. If the kid experience visitation from the nonresident parent this increases the possibilities of a positive relation between the parent and the kid, which in the future could turn into a good trusting relation between the children and the parent. This increases the chance that in the future when the child grows up the relation will be better than it would be if the parent was never around. For many kids as they are not living a normal family life they tend to have problems with their behavior for many single mothers and fathers it is a regular problem that their child tends to have problems at school like fighting, demands a lot of attention is disobedient, is stubborn, irritable, restless or overactive (social work). Studies examining the direct effect of conflict on child well-being often do report a negative association between the child behavior and the nonresident parents situation although this is not always 100% certain Another effect of nonresident p... ... middle of paper ... ...nt's satisfaction should be taken into account along with the children's well being.
A child allowed to disobey without punishment is unlikely to develop much respect for law as he grows older. Although it is impossible to define rules for discipline that are appropriate for every situation, some principles are well established. * Your child needs your LOVE more than anything else. * You should use discipline to teach your child. * You should not discipline your child before he or she is old enough to understand the reason for the punishment.
How they deal with anger, work through their issues, and how they solve difficult problems usually depends on how the parents handle those same things. If it’s with communication and openness, then the child will most likely be a well adjusted adult when they grow up. If there are unhealthy examples, such as poor communication skills between the parents, then the child will follow that example instead and will not have an easy time solving their problems later on in life. It’s extremely important to lay the foundation of healthy communication while the child is young, so they can carry that over into the teenage and adult years and have an easier time going through life. Life’s not at all easy, but if a parent can make their child’s life just a little bit easier by giving them the communication skills they need early on, then that’s an important part of having that healthy, open communication with their child, even when they’re little.
The actions of the boy throughout the story indicate that he really does love his father and seems very torn between his mother expectations and his father’s light heartedness. Many adults and children know this family circumstance so well that one can easily see the characters’ identities without the author even giving the boy and his father a name. Even without other surrounding verification of their lives, the plot, characters, and narrative have meshed together quite well. Works Cited "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).” Brain Psychics. 2009.