That’s why morals are a big part of childhood. What we need to be taught is respect. Respect is major idea that needs to be carefully grown and cared for in children. If a child doesn’t have respect for people then they will not be able to get a job, and if they do, they won’t respect what they have and will lose it. If they don’t have respect for school then they are sure to drop out because they feel they can do without, not knowing the benefits of teaching and learning.
Another big problem most children seem to face with overprotection is a decrease in their confidence. They are always going to try and do what they can to meet your standards. When they do not think they meet the standards of where you want them to be, they will start to doubt themselves and feel as though nothing they do is ever good enough. These findings are very true to me; watching my peers grow up around me and seeing just how different parenting skills are can be is very alarming. A lot of parents think that raising their kids a certain way is what is best for them.
Immature detachment of parental support, will result in the disturbance to acquire personal potential. Parents should think about the needs of the children and continue to support them through the many lengths and levels throughout life. We live in a complex society where love, care, advice, and assistance are of priceless value. Because living is about learning, parents should be available to their children for under... ... middle of paper ... ...l become useful in this world. An uneducated and unemotionally stable individual may experience much hardship and struggle.
Consequently, dictators often take children away from their families at a young age to raise them how they want. If children are left at home, the dictators run the risk of the children learning ‘unnecessary’ or unwanted information. However, when the children are being taught by governmentally run teachers, the government can more easily ensure that the children are learning want they want them to learn. Dictatorial leaders want control over everything, including children’s minds. Dictatorial leaders want everyone to love them.
The goal of the message in my PSA is to have parents understand that a permissive style of parenting is not a good idea. The permissive style of parenting may seem like a good idea to ignorant, new parents, but the parenting style involves no discipline and encouragement. The main issues of the permissive parenting style are the outcomes of the children that are raised under permissive parents. Children who are raised in a family like this are often showed a lot of affection but are not shown a lot of discipline and strict parenting. Children are often forced to do a lot of things by themselves starting at a very young age.
When a parent becomes the only parent in the household they are more focused on their job and do not always pay much attention to their children. That is a mistake they make because parents need to understand that they are the first role model to their children. That most likely what children see their parent doing is what children are going to think is the right thing to do as they grow up. If children are not getting the attention that they need they start think that their parent does not love them enough. That can effect children mentally and emotionally because children try to find answers to why their parent is not dedicating as much time.
Parents then base standard rules off of the child’s feelings and assures that the child fully understands why they should follow the rules and what the consequences of breaking them will be. This parenting style creates a strong relationship between the parents and their child allowing the child to mature into an independent person that can make their own decisions. Authoritarian parenting on the other hand requires children to listen to rules without explanation. Parenting of this style requires the children to listen to rules without discussion, and most of the time the parents hardly connect emotionally to their child. The results, as Amy Morin who is a psychotherapist says, “Children who grow up with strict authoritarian parents tend to follow rules much of the time.
People say, “No one is born knowing how to be a parent, but it’s a process that everyone has to go through in life as they grow older and have children.” We have to do it from the style of parents that we choose who to be, not what someone else picks for us or shows us how to do. There are many reasons why people should go through all the parenting styles, not just these four, but they should go through them to think about the outcome it could have on their children. Since all parents want what’s best for their children a more controlling household tend to raise their children with less self-confidence, social development is off and a fear of self-expression. While these parents that have a more relaxed household tend to encourage social interactions and
Typically a parent would not endure in such actions, but it varies from parent to parent. When left with the situation of discipling their kids, some parents feel guilty for taking measures into their own hands, and other parents feel no remorse. The whole purpose of discipline on children is to set them in place. By that I mean to help guide the child down the right path to a prosperous life and responsible adult. If it means physical or verbal discipline, then it is all for the greater good.
You could research from a parent's perspective, a child's perspective, or a young adult’s perspective. Having information from all of these points of view really educates you on the subject and gives you knowledge about how every party is affected. Even though parents want their children to have great lives and want to protect them from everything harmful, they have to sometimes step aside and let them figure out things on their own. If they don’t let them develop their own identity or learn how to be independent, children can be unaware of how to do daily life tasks, children won’t thrive as young adults, and can possibly be unsuccessful adults. No parent wants their child to fail, get hurt, or make mistakes, but those are the things that build character and promote their self-development.