However, the definition of the term discipline is differently interpreted by parents. Children will misbehave and teaching the difference between right and wrong and not resulting to forms of abuse .Some go to extreme measures to discipline a child, thus creating deep physiological problems. Child abuse needs to be prevented and the government should intrude to insure the safety of the children and of future generations. Caused by different things, abuse comes in many forms and can be preventable. Verbal and emotion abuse often coincide with physical abuse and neglect.
The problem is that some parents may not even consider how it affects their child in public places. When a child has been abused, how long does it affect him or her into adulthood? Though there are different ways to discipline, a parent can choose from a variety of rewards to reinforce good behavior; furthermore, a trusted committee should organize ongoing parenting classes to help parents to control their temper. What are the other consequences of abuse? Parents who abuse their kids were abused and had a poor upbringing.
Social Workers have to help the child if they are being abused or neglected in the home. Or even if the home is just not fit to live in. They need help to become safe and the chance of a better future. If the time ever occurs, action may need to be taken. If after they leave the home, the social worker feels that it is just completely ... ... middle of paper ... ...o know all that there is to know about this company and how they operate.
Internalizing emotions can lead to long term mental health issues, often times worse than aggression. In early childhood, aggression is typically the first step and then can lead to other diagnosis. Aggression should be addressed and properly taught and properly managed by parents and peers on how to release it in order to prevent mental health diagnosis. When these young children internalize this aggression, they can potentially ruin relationships and result to social isolation. This can hinder the child's development and they will not grow and have skills to deal with future problems.
Using profanity, yelling, and hitting are not an effective way to discipline children. In fact this could have an unhealthy affect on children emotional development. Again, parents should be consistent with spending quality time with their children and monitor their emotions. This could help parent eliminate discipline problems before they get out of control. In conclusion, I have created three outline topics as they relates to the role of parenting in healthy emotional development.
The proper guidance given will allow a child to know that it is better to do the right thing. They will also learn that doing the right thing will make them get in less trouble over all. The proper guidance given by parents is the key factor that will have the biggest impact on the lives of their children. If parents are the largest role models in children’s lives, it will show them to avoid situations that will get them into trouble. If the parents are not doing their job and giving this guidance correctly, then their children will end up getting in trouble because they were not taught any better.
If a child lives in an unstable home where his/her parents do not enforce appropriate behavior the child will not display appropriate behavior in public. DNA Leader Branville McCartney makes another good point by saying, “We need to catch these things from young. A parent won’t be saying ‘my good son’ if they are found liable for their son’s actions” The root of every problem starts at home and if the problem is not corrected our society will be doomed. When parents decide to enforce appropriate behavior in their children we will begin to see a positive domino effect in our society. After reinforcing appropriate behavior in the youth we will see an increase in the protection and control parents have over their children.
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. While some may say hovering over their children day in and day out is the way to go, overprotective parenting is crippling, especially to children later in their teen years. Over protective parents will negatively influence their children’s well-being and character development by promoting dependence, causing rebellion, and leading to bullying. Promoting dependence will negatively impact a child’s well-being and character development. Furthermore, projecting the fear of letting a child do things on his own is damaging to his mental health.
From then the social worker needs to find good adoptive parents with good a good background, no trouble, and a good living environment for the child. The Adoptive parents have a huge role in the child’s life. The child has already been through enough bad things or just living in an unsafe living environment, so it is the parent’s job to make sure they have what it takes to be adoptive parents because you never know what type of child you can get. I also believe you should not have children if... ... middle of paper ... ...pect people that are older than them period. And the adults need to also realize that just because they are older doesn’t mean that they can talk to you any kind of way and expect you not to get an attitude.
 Why it Matters Parents need to understand what happens to children who witness someone they love subjected to abuse - especially when it involves their parents. Witnessing domestic violence can have serious impacts on the young, developing minds and those impacts can follow kids into adulthood. The effects of exposure to domestic violence include emotional difficulties, physical and mental health issues, and behavior problems. Children who grow up with domestic violence may have difficulties concentrating, trouble completing school work, and lower scores on measures of verbal, motor, and social skills. The table below summarizes the possible effects on kids as secondary victims of domestic