Reasons are when a child comes into the world learns everything it needs to know from its parent. If the child’s emotional needs are not taken care of when the family increases, the child will feel a need to compete for affection from the parents, which could turn into a painful situation. With this being said the child grows into an adult with suppressed aggression. If he/she has not learned how to deal with... ... middle of paper ... ...lationships, but the husband did not change. This angered Carroll and she began to dislike her husband and feel he was mistreating her, which triggered revenge.
Another example is that even though love puts a person through so much trouble, it is all worth it to love and to be loved. Love will make people wait for it to the extent that even though they know it is not coming back; just the thought of it is enough to make a person wait for nothing. Neruda defined love as difficult because of the necessity for people to know that there are difficulties in love, but it is worth it in the end because deep down in our gut, we have the want to love and to be loved.
I just have to use my strength and hopefully, I can raise it off me. I learned that sometimes it is better to have a little false hope than to have none. Perseverance doesn’t not come naturally to all people but eventually it will come because they will find it. It helps them find their inner self by going through obstacles so that they can be more of a life challenge. I believe that this can change a person who they are because it is something everyone needs to go through life.
Grandiosity is a characteristic of NPD. According to the DSM V grandiosity is a characteristic of narcissism and is defined as "Feelings of entitlement, either overt or covert; self-centeredness; firmly holding to the belief that one is better than others; condescending toward others.” These famous individual execute this behavior. Celebrities have been described in that manner so often, that it has become a cliché. When a person is constantly in the public eye, with millions of adoring people watching their every move, they start to develop a superiority complex. A superiority complex according to Merriam-Webster dictionary, a superiority complex is defined as “self-centeredness; firmly holding to the belief that one is better than others; condescending toward others.” The fame endows celebrities with superiority complexes; these stars believe that because they are in the public eye, they can get away with whatever they want.
Children are born innocent. They may be notorious, strict parenting can ruin the life of a child and make him an aggressive person; his pain can deeply kill him inside and drag him to a failure, unsuccessful life. Parents are the closest person a child can have, their love and support can make him a better person, on the other hand rude, harsh behavior can give them nothing but a depressed life. Parents consider it to be a temporary punishment but it can become the reason of a child’s live-long depression. Strict parenting also snatches away the successful life from an individual.
They want the world to see them as an adult. Sometimes this proves to be overwhelming, so the child lashes out at younger siblings or other family members (Bode 28 - 29). Birth order also affects the relationships between siblings. All children in a family behave differently because of the way they are or were treated by their parents and others. First children tend to be put on their parent’s pedastool because they are expected to succeed.
Not having moral models, in parents own lives, may mean that being a moral mirror is difficult, it is never too late to develop one's own spirituality. Spending time with children is essential to their development of self-esteem and will one day lead to how they will parent their own children. Too many parents are buying their children's love; parents have to realize the importance their presence has. Distant parents produce children who have never developed the people skills you need to succeed in life. I feel that without a strong and involved upbringing a child will fall through the cracks in a society where everyone is fighting for their own success and won't stop to help a struggling person.
Fourth is the Uninvolved Parenting, this type of parenting is composed of neglectful parents. Parents think that their children can raise themselves from their children’s hard work. Also they don’t think of their obligations like for example the needs of the children. Sometimes this is due to a parent’s mental health issues or substance abuse problems. Also, the mother is giving her full attention to her husband because of jealously.
They tend to monopolize a child and hold them to, sometimes, unreasonable goals. These parents constantly supervise, give reminders, and instruct their child in every aspect of everyday life. In some extremes and due to external sources, authoritarian parents give excessive amounts of duties and chores upon a child, which would cause a child to miss out on the "carefree" aspect of childhood. These parents also discourage discussion between them and their children ... ... middle of paper ... ... in her own way and makes sure that I understand, but she also gives me time to think it. To tell the truth, I sometimes hated my parents for their bias treatment of my sister and I.
If one child is talking badly about another, the o... ... middle of paper ... ...s to feel better about themselves; by putting this person down, they use their force as a way to draw attention away from themselves. “Children bully because they are fascinated with winning, power, and violence, have feelings of jealousy or envy and a lack of personal and social skills to deal with such feelings, experience family issues, had problems with their personal history, or have power.” (Stopbullying.gov). Children who come from an unloving or abusive home are more likely to inflict their feelings amongst their peers to try to ignore their own feelings. If the child had a history of social rejection or academic failure, they are more likely to inflict feelings of aggression on to others to make themselves feel better. If the person hasn’t been reprimanded, they are more likely to continue these aggressive acts because they don’t see anything wrong with it.